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Buy On The Dip Prospects: November 17th Edition

by on November 17, 2014

Here is a look at ETFs that currently offer attractive buying opportunities. The ETFs included in this list are rated as buy candidates for two reasons. First, each of these funds is deemed to be in an uptrend based on the fact that it is trading above its 200-day and 50-day moving averages, which are popular indicators for gauging long-term and medium-term trends, respectively. [click to continue…]

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Equities got off to a rough start this morning as ongoing economic and political concerns over Europe kept major U.S. benchmarks off their all-time highs. Keeping a cap on gains was disappointing data from the European Commission, which reported that its economic-sentiment indicator fell in March for the first time since October. In Italy, retail sails and industrial orders both came in below analysts’ expectations. Meanwhile, Cyprus is now preparing aggressive curbs on the flow of cash out of the country [see Free Member Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time].

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Financial markets across the globe got off to a rocky start this week as news on the latest developments in the Cyprus saga hit the streets. The small island nation agreed to impose taxes on bank deposits of more than 100,000 euro in the country’s largest banks. Commentary from the head of Eurogroup reflected investors […]

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Daily ETF Roundup: Stocks Tumble On Italian Elections

by on February 25, 2013 | Updated February 27, 2013

Selling pressures swept across Wall Street once again today, with the S&P breaking below the 1,500 level and the Dow declining more than 200 points. Sparking the selloff was investors’ heightened concerns over Italy’s parliamentary elections, which produced no clear winner. Given that Italy is the euro zone’s third largest economy, the country’s instability has […]

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Wall Street was in for another volatile day of trading, as a slew of economic reports and brewing worries over Europe weighed heavily on investors. U.S. jobless claims fell once again last week to 366,000, just shy of the of 360,000 expected. Domestic fourth-quarter productivity fell 2%, while unit labor costs rose 4.5%. In a separate report, […]

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ETFs For Top Currency Trends In 2013

by on January 21, 2013 | Updated January 22, 2013

With equity markets starting off the new year with a bang, investors are now looking to see which corners of the market are poised to perform well in 2013 and which investments they need to stay clear of. Though bonds and equities are usually an investor’s main focus, currency plays are often overlooked as many […]

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In yet another first for the ETF industry, ProShares announced this week the introduction of a pair of products that will offer leveraged exposure to the exchange rate between two of the world’s most heavily traded currencies. The new ETFs will offer access to the AUD / USD exchange rate, amplifying swings in the value […]

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17 ETFs For Day Traders

by on July 13, 2012 | Updated July 9, 2014

Investors of all walks have embraced ETFs as the investment vehicle of choice when it comes to accessing virtually any asset class in the global market. Persistent innovation in the exchange-traded universe has further propelled ETPs at the forefront of many active traders’ radar screens given the diverse, and growing, lineup of liquid financial instruments. […]

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Filling in what had become one of the most glaring holes in the ETF lineup, ProShares last week introduced a product that will allow investors to bet against the beleaguered currency of the Euro zone. The new ProShares Short Euro (EUFX) will seek to deliver daily returns that correspond to -100% of the daily change in the […]

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To say the least, the world economy has had a bumpy ride since the onslaught of the unprecedented financial crisis that rocked the world in 2008. Despite several glimmers of hope in the U.S.’s ability to bounce back, Euro Zone drama continues to take center stage as their seemingly never-ending and rather cyclical debt crisis […]

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This past year was the most active ever for the exchange traded industry in terms of product development; the launch of more than 300 new products shattered the record set in 2010. And innovation continues to run high in the industry; the creativity of issuers is still impressive, as many of the ETFs that have […]

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With snow now blanketing a big part of the country and 2012 just a few weeks away, looking back at the past year becomes a popular activity. For many portfolios, 2011 has been marked by big swings that seem to be leaving investors right about where they started; there has been plenty of activity over […]

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