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Bond ETFs

Sector ETFs: Investing in a Slow Growth Environment

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After 6 months of consecutive declines for the broader benchmarks of the U.S. market, April bounced back in impressive fashion. The Dow and the S&P 500 gained significant ground for the first time since October…

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All-ETF Portfolios: Keeping It Too Simple May Be Stupid

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Finally! A mainstream writer who gets it. (At least some of “it.”) During the market lows in the 3rd week of March, Walter Updegrave for CNNMoney.com challenged his doom-n-gloom peers. He even recalled the now…

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Will U.S. Stock Assets Find Their Mojo?

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The U.S. dollar hits another record low against the Euro. Commodities set new record highs. Meanwhile, inflation-protected securities sit near a 52-week peak. Throughout 2007, I discussed the strength behind the Rydex CurrencyShares Euro (FXE)…

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