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February 23, 2014 – ETF Expert Radio Podast

February 23, 2014 – ETF Expert Radio Podast

ETFs & Economic Policy, Japan ETFs, ETFs & the Housing Numbers, Minimum Volatility ETFs, Healthcare ETFs, High-Risk ETFs, Low-Risk ETFs, China ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 2-23-2014 [...more]

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August 18, 2013 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

August 18, 2013 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

MLPs, REIT ETFs, International Bond ETFs, China ETFs, Japan ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 8-18-2012 [...more]

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July 28, 2013 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

July 28, 2013 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

Overseas ETFs, Asian Tech ETFs, Japan ETFs, Southeast Asia ETFs, China ETFs, ETFs & the European Union, U.K. ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 7-28-2012 [...more]

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Wondering If Stock ETFs Can Handle the Summertime Heat? Track the Japanese Yen

Wondering If Stock ETFs Can Handle the Summertime Heat? Track the Japanese Yen

Investors who own individual municipal bonds, real estate investment trusts, corporate bonds and/or preferreds may not see the day-to-day volatility of their holdings. For one thing, individual bond prices may not update regularly on web sites; similarly, those who do not value the liquidity of ETFs are less likely to watch price movement of their [...] [...more]

Asia ETFs, Bond ETFs, Currency ETFs, Current Affairs and ETFs, Dividend ETFs, ETF Philosophy, ETF Strategy, Emerging Market ETFs, Real Estate ETFs, Special Sectors ETFs, US Markets and ETFs Comments (0)

Is Bad Economic News No Longer Enough to Push Stock ETFs Higher?

Is Bad Economic News No Longer Enough to Push Stock ETFs Higher?

In recent weeks, stock market volatility has been rising due to uncertainty surrounding whether or not the Federal Reserve would curb its money-printing-for-bond-buying program. Yet this week’s data coupled with comments by Fed officials should have assuaged fears related to the tapering of those bond purchases. For example, U.S. manufacturing data via the Institute of Supply [...] [...more]

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U.S. Stock ETF Investors Need To Keep Their Eyes On The Ball

U.S. Stock ETF Investors Need To Keep Their Eyes On The Ball

U.S. stocks have been resilient in their response to bad news throughout the year. They may sink at the start of a trading day, but they’ve been able to recover quickly and finish strong. Consider the most important headlines on Friday, April 12. Consumer confidence unexpectedly dropped to its lowest level in 9 months. Retail sales [...] [...more]

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February 10, 2013 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

February 10, 2013 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

High Yield Corporate Bond ETFs, Europe & ETFs, Winter Storm Impact & ETFs, Japan & ETFs, Currency ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 2-10-2012 [...more]

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December 23, 2012 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

December 23, 2012 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

Muni Bond ETFs, MLP ETFs & ETNs, Value vs. Growth ETFs, Europe & ETFs, Japan & ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 12-23-2012 [...more]

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The Lower-Risk, High-Reward Benefits Of Currency ETFs

The Lower-Risk, High-Reward Benefits Of Currency ETFs

The mainstream financial media may have caught a break in 2011. Neither the S&P 500 nor the Dow fell more than 20% from respective highs, meaning that nobody ran with the “Bear Is Back” headline. It follows that the 3/9/2009 lows still represent the start of a bull market uptrend. Not surprisingly,¬†many have chosen to¬†wistfully¬†recollect the [...] [...more]

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Is Biotech Really A “Can’t Miss” ETF Going Forward?

Is Biotech Really A “Can’t Miss” ETF Going Forward?

Throughout the legislative battle over health care reform, health care stocks underachieved. The uncertainty over how health sub-segments might be affected –¬†devices,¬†providers, “Big Pharma,” biotech, retail and services –¬†led many investors to maintain a hands-off approach. By 2011, however, in spite of lingering doubts about the¬†health care law, valuations were difficult to pass up. Moreover, with [...] [...more]

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