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Worst ETFs In 2012? Consider Last Year’s Losers In 2013

Worst ETFs In 2012? Consider Last Year’s Losers In 2013

There’s a tendency in the financial media to wrap-up calendar years with a focus on the “winners” and “losers.” Inevitably, a large number of unsophisticated investors will allocate money to the so-called best performers, while avoiding any commitment to the underachievers. Herein lies one of the biggest mistakes that ETF enthusiasts make. Specifically, they view success [...] [...more]

Commodity ETFs, Current Affairs and ETFs, ETF Philosophy, ETF Strategy, Energy ETFs, Global ETFs, Materials ETFs, Natural Resources ETFs, Special Sectors ETFs, US Markets and ETFs Comments (0)

Stock ETFs Most Likely to Win the “Revenue” Race

Stock ETFs Most Likely to Win the “Revenue” Race

The closest thing that this market has seen to a correction was the 7% pullback in July, prior to Q2 earnings results. Similarly, the closest thing we’ve seen since July is the 5% pullback from an intra-day S&P high of 1080 on 9/23/09 to¬†1020 on 10/2/09; once¬†again,¬†trepidation has occurred before¬†earnings reports. Of course, the better-than-anticipated July [...] [...more]

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