Now Is The Season To: September 2011
Consider Scandinavian ETFs
The recent downgrade of U.S. credit quality sparked a violent selling frenzy across equity markets from around the globe, prompting investors to re-allocate assets to safer corners in anticipation of continuing economic uncertainty. The ongoing debt woes overseas have further weighted down on investor confidence, and many are anticipating the financial health of the euro zone to further deteriorate as policymakers have yet to offer a comprehensive plan aimed at achieving financial stability and revitalizing growth.
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