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The Myth That Markets Move Together (FXI, TAO, EWS, EWH, EEM)

October 1st, 2012

I can’t tell you how many times I have heard this comment: “Carl, it doesn’t matter where in the world I invest because markets always move together.”Really? Than why is the Shanghai Composite down 40% since August 2009 while the Read more…

NYSE:ECON, NYSE:EEM, NYSE:EPHE, NYSE:EPI, NYSE:EWH, NYSE:EWS, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:RSX, NYSE:TAO

ETFs To Tap Into Emerging Market Consumers: Six Ways To Play (ECON, GGEM, VGEM, CHIQ, BRAQ, INCO)

August 24th, 2011

Interest in emerging markets has surged in recent years, and investors have embraced ETFs as the preferred means of accessing this asset class. Emerging markets have been established as the clear leaders of global GDP growth, while the economies of the United States and much of Europe have Read more…

NYSE:BRAQ, NYSE:CHIQ, NYSE:ECON, NYSE:GGEM, NYSE:INCO, NYSE:VGEM

EGShares Launches Fourth Emerging Markets Consumer Fund with ETF Targeting India’s Leading Consumer Companies (INCO)

August 10th, 2011

Emerging Global Advisors (EGA), an asset management company focused exclusively on emerging markets and the sub-advisor to the EGShares family of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), announced today the successful launch of (NYSE:INCO), a fund targeting a number of India’s leading Read more…

ETF BASIC NEWS, NYSE:ECON, NYSE:INCO, NYSE:INXX, NYSE:SCIN

Wagner Daily: A Closer Look At These ETFs (ECON, JJG, QQQ, DIA, SPY, IWM)

July 21st, 2011

Stocks ended the session essentially flat on a modest decrease in volume. With the exception of the Nasdaq (NASDAQ:QQQ), the major indices also ended the session flat. The technology laden index closed lower by 0.4% under the weight of heavy selling in the networking sector among others. Read more…

NYSE:ECON, NYSE:JJG

Five ETFs For Investors To Look Forward To (SCHZ, SKYY, SOIL, EIRL, INXX, BRAQ, ECON, CHIQ)

July 19th, 2011

So far in 2011 more than 200 new exchange-traded products have debuted, taking the ETF lineup close to the 1,300 mark. Over the past several years, the exposure accessible through ETFs has become increasingly granular; while some of the new products debuting are “plain vanilla” funds Read more…

NASDAQ:SKYY, NYSE:BRAQ, NYSE:CHIQ, NYSE:ECON, NYSE:EIRL, NYSE:INXX, NYSE:SOIL




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