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Is MFLA The Worst ETF In The World? A Look At Some Better Alternatives (MFLA, DZK, EFO)

June 26th, 2012

Eric Dutram: The ETF industry has been booming over the past few years. Now, there are close to 1,500 exchange-traded products in the market place with 50 sponsors and over a trillion dollars in AUM. Read more…

NYSE:DZK, NYSE:EFO, NYSE:MFLA

Weekly ProShares ETF Review: Bulls Still At Work But Enthusiasm Has Waned (XPP, UYM, DIG, UCO, QLD, ROM)

June 22nd, 2010

For the last couple of  weeks I have been presenting a list of the ProShares ETFs that had exhibited the strongest performance over the course of the last week. I received a number of comments over Read more…

NYSE:DIG, NYSE:EFO, NYSE:EZJ, NYSE:QLD, NYSE:ROM, NYSE:UPW

Weekly ProShares ETF Review Shows Bulls In The Ascendancy – Can It Last? (URE, EFO, XPP, SDK, SJH)

June 16th, 2010

Last week I presented a list of the ProShares ETFs that had exhibited the strongest performance over the course of the last week. I received a number of comments over at Seeking Alpha Read more…

NYSE:EFO, NYSE:SDK, NYSE:SJH, NYSE:URE, NYSE:XPP

Focusing On The Problems In Greece With ETFs (FXE, EFO, EFZ, EFU, EUO)

May 3rd, 2010

The Greek Tragedy has been a staple of world literature since 500 B.C. when Thespis, the first known Greek playwright, won what is thought to have been the first writing contest in ancient Read more…

ETF BASIC NEWS, NYSE:EFO, NYSE:EFU, NYSE:EFZ, NYSE:FXE

ProShares Launches Four New Leveraged International ETFs

June 4th, 2009
proshareslogoProFunds Group, the world’s largest manager of short and leveraged funds, announced today that it is launching four new ProShares ETFs, the first designed to seek twice the daily returns of indexes covering developed foreign markets, emerging markets, China and Japan. The new ETFs will be listed on NYSE Arca today.

“With some international markets posting strong year-to-date returns, investors are expressing interest in tools that allow them to gain magnified exposure to these markets,” said Michael L. Sapir, ProFunds Group Chairman and CEO. “These new ETFs complement our existing ETFs that are designed to provide short (or inverse) exposure to the same international indexes. Over the coming weeks, we plan to further expand our international offerings with ETFs covering more regions and specific countries.” Read more…

NYSE:EET, NYSE:EFO, NYSE:EZJ, NYSE:XPP




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