Posts Tagged ‘NYSEArca:VGK’

Next Stop For The Paper Money Printing Press

May 30th, 2014

printing QEMichael Lombardi: When we asked our readers what they enjoy reading the most on Profit Confidential, less than 10% of them said they like to read about the eurozone. Read more…


Two ETFs To Watch (VGK, IYT)

May 23rd, 2014

market outlookMorpheus Trading: The Nasdaq Composite regained support of its 50-day moving average on higher volume yesterday, which was the first clear sign of accumulation in a few weeks. There was some selling in the final 45-minutes of trading, as the Nasdaq Read more…


April 2014 Market Summary and Analysis

May 5th, 2014

Wall streetDavid Fabian: The month of April is now in the books and we have seen quite a bit of up and down action in the market with very little forward progress for the last two months. Read more…


EU Officially Adopts The Bail-In

April 23rd, 2014

europeAndy Sutton: It has now been more than a year since that fateful weekend in the Mediterranean when everything changed. However, like most of the big changes we’ve seen lately, there is a subtlety afoot that somehow results in few noticing. Read more…


Profit From Russia’s Geopolitical Posturing With These ETFs

April 11th, 2014

etfsGeorge Leong:  The situation in Crimea should be closely monitored as it pertains to Europe and the eurozone. Russia is a major trading partner with the eurozone as well, supplying about 40% of the energy requirements in the area. That is why an escalation in Crimea Read more…


How To Profit From ECB’s Attempts To End Economic Slowdown

March 31st, 2014

europeMoe Zulfiqar: Remember what happened in the U.S. economy when the financial system was about to collapse? The banks weren’t lending to each other, businesses, or even consumers. The U.S. economy was in a deep economic slowdown. Read more…


3 ETFs Crushing Eurozone Competition

March 23rd, 2014

europeSweta Killa: The Euro zone has seen modest GDP growth for another quarter, accelerating 0.3% in Q4, on the heels of rising exports and investments. This marks an improvement from the previous quarter’s Read more…


3 Reasons Why Europe ETFs Deserve A Look

March 19th, 2014

europeAs we enter into the fifth consecutive year of a bull market, my colleague Russ Koesterich encourages investors to maintain their emphasis on stocks. But with volatility in emerging markets and a sense that U.S. equities are no longer cheap, investors Read more…


Euro Zone Recovery Puts Ireland ETF In Focus

February 20th, 2014

irelandRecovery in the Euro zone, which emerged from the 18-month long recession last year, continues to stay on track to recovery. Its economy grew at the pace of 0.3% in the last quarter of 2013, as against 0.1% in the preceding quarter. Read more…


The Best ETF To Play Europe?

February 17th, 2014

europeThe European economy has finally turned around with reduced debt concerns, considerable growth in some key nations like the U.K., Germany and France, a stronger currency and respectable Read more…


ETF To Profit As Eurozone Repeats 2009 Financial Crisis

February 4th, 2014

europeMoe Zulfiqar: When troubles first started in the eurozone years ago, they stemmed from the credit market. The amount of bad loans increased and as a result, banks needed to be bailed out. Greece and Ireland were the first in the eurozone to come under scrutiny, Read more…


Direxion Rolls Out Two Leveraged Europe ETFs

January 31st, 2014

direxion_logoDirexion is a strong name in the leveraged and inverse ETF world. While many of its most popular bull-and-bear leveraged funds target domestic indexes, the issuer has a handful of offerings in the foreign market as well and seeks to dish out some more with its newest products. Read more…


Denmark ETF A Solid Pick Among Europe ETFs

January 17th, 2014

europeThe Euro zone finally emerged from the 18-month long recession last year, but other economic problems still loom large over the region. The economy is now running the risk of stagnation. Read more…


ETFs That Were Popular In 2013

December 24th, 2013

etfs etfs2013 was another good year for the ETF industry, as a ton of new funds hit the market. Total assets under management eclipsed the $1.6 trillion mark as well, further cementing Exchange-Traded Funds as a popular way to achieve broad exposure. Read more…


3 ETFs To Play The European Recovery

December 23rd, 2013

europeThe European Union (EU) lost its top credit rating from one of the major credit rating agencies – Standard & Poor’s – on Friday on falling creditworthiness, rising tension on budget negotiations and lack of unity among the 28 members. Read more…


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