Michael Snyder: In recent days, New York Times economist Paul Krugman has been doing a whole bunch of interviews in which he has declared that the solution to our economic problems is very easy. Krugman says that all we need to do to get the global economy going again is for the governments of the world
ProShares, the nation's fourth most successful exchange traded fund (ETF) company,1announced today share splits on six of its ETFs and reverse share splits on 11 of its ETFs. The splits and reverse splits will not change the value of a
JR Crooks: A “false dawn” is simply the “dawn before the dawn.” That is, a brief light that appears before daybreak. But are the early signs of a much-anticipated global recovery an indicator of more improvement to come, or simply a quick flash of light before darkness resumes?
Neena Mishra: ETFs have gained tremendous popularity in recent years due to several advantages that they offer to the investors, including low costs, tax efficiency and transparency. As of the end of February 2012, assets in US listed ETFs totaled approximately $1.2 trillion, up 14% year-over-year