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3 Reasons For Increasing Your Allocation To Stock ETFs In Q4

3 Reasons For Increasing Your Allocation To Stock ETFs In Q4

Here’s a disclaimer from the get-go. If the European Union fails to persuade the world that they’ve got a workable, TARP-like plan on Wednesday, feel free to disregard these 3 reasons to add more Stock ETFs to your current allocation. 1. 2008 Or 1998? Endless comparisons have been made between 2011’s sovereign debt toxicity and 2008’s subprime loan [...] [...more]

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3 “More” Reasons To Rethink Your China Allocation

3 “More” Reasons To Rethink Your China Allocation

Months ago, equity market “pros” pounded China mercilessly. China real estate was the next bubble to burst. Inflation was spiraling out of control. And commodity stockpiling was proof-positive that China was dead in the dry-bulk shipping water. Well, some folks had a far different perception. For instance, I spoke at the 4th annual Inside ETF Conference on “Accessing Asia [...] [...more]

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