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July 20, 2014 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

July 20, 2014 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

Real Estate & ETFs, ETFs & Stock Valuations, Small Cap ETFs, Micro Cap ETFs, Foreign ETFs, Low Volatility ETFs, Asian ETFs, Fixed Income ETFs   Click here to listen to the show: 7-20-2014 [...more]

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Is Japanese Political Stability Good For Asian ETFs?

Is Japanese Political Stability Good For Asian ETFs?

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe recently won a landslide reelection in Japan. The victory had been widely anticipated, but the benefits of monetary policy stability is still being scrutinized. As Abe first came to power, he pressured the Bank of Japan (BOJ) to undertake its largest and most aggressive easing measures in the country’s history. The central [...] [...more]

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Alternative ETF Strategies For Everyday Portfolios

Alternative ETF Strategies For Everyday Portfolios

Seeking Alpha’s Jonathan Liss recently spoke with Gary to find out how he planned to use ETFs – including alternative ETF strategies not frequently found in more typical investor portfolios – to position clients in 2013. Jonathan Liss (JL): How would you describe your investing style/philosophy? Gary Gordon (GG): Information processing is the best way to describe [...] [...more]

Asia ETFs, Bond ETFs, Consumer ETFs, Current Affairs and ETFs, Dividend ETFs, ETF Philosophy, ETF Strategy, Emerging Market ETFs, Europe ETFs, Featured Posts, International ETFs, Latin America ETFs, US Markets and ETFs Comments (0)

August 19, 2012 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

August 19, 2012 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

Emerging Market Dividend ETFs, Infrastructure ETFs, Asian ETFs, Malaysia ETFs, Market Update Click here to listen to the show: 8-19-2012 [...more]

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Should You Hop On Board The High-Speed Asia ETF Train?

Should You Hop On Board The High-Speed Asia ETF Train?

ETF Expert is not the only web site making the case for a big-time rebound in Asian equities. In Tony Sagami’s commentary below, the Uncommon Wisdom blogger asks the following questions: 1. Would you rather invest in the U.S, which was essentially unchanged in 2011, or would you rather invest in Asian markets, which are essentially 20% [...] [...more]

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December 18, 2011 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

December 18, 2011 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

Momentum ETFs, Commodity ETFs/ETNs, Asian ETFs, Yield-Oriented ETFs, Consumer ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 12-18-2011 [...more]

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Will Retail ETFs Cross the 2011 Finish Line In 1st Place?

Will Retail ETFs Cross the 2011 Finish Line In 1st Place?

U.S. shoppers spent like crazy on Black Friday and Cyber-Monday, but then pulled back in the days that followed. Not surprisingly, the short-term uncertainty over consumption has led many to take profits on assets such as SPDR Retail (XRT), Consumer Discretionary (XLY) and the Retail HOLDRs (RTH). However, luxury retailers like Saks and Nordstom have experienced no letdown [...] [...more]

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November 20, 2011 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

November 20, 2011 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

Commodity ETFs, Platinum ETFs, China ETFs, Asian ETFs, Low Risk ETFs, Low Risk ETF Portfolio Click here to listen to the show: 11-20-2011 [...more]

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Are Utilities ETFs The Answer For “Risk Off” Income Seekers?

Are Utilities ETFs The Answer For “Risk Off” Income Seekers?

Headlines prey on human emotions. So when you see bold lead-ins like, ”98% Chance of a Greek Default” or “75% Chance of a New Recession,” it usually pays to keep one’s emotions in check. One reason to avoid reacting to current commentary? If you’re reading it now and responding to it now, the market is way ahead of you. [...] [...more]

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Should You Be Lining Up For Preferred ETFs?

Should You Be Lining Up For Preferred ETFs?

History may not repeat itself, but the run on European banks is beginning to look strikingly familiar. Remember toxic assets? Remember subprime? Back in 2008-2009, the U.S. stock market didn’t break free of the bear’s grip until “too-big-to-fail” institutions were bailed out by Congress. In fact, the panic didn’t cease until the Fed agreed to purchase [...] [...more]

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