Posts Tagged ‘NYSE:VWO’

Can Russia Extend The Best Rally Since Early 2010? (RSX, MBT, VIP, VWO, EEM)

October 23rd, 2011

Scott Martin: Stocks in Moscow are on track to post nearly a 10% gain this week in their biggest upward swing since last March. Near-term resistance is turning into support here. Read more…


If Only We Could Really Ignore Europe? (SPY, VGK, EUO, EEM, VWO)

October 21st, 2011

Sy Harding: U.S. Treasury Secretary Geithner says the debt crisis in Europe (NYSE:VGK) is Europe’s problem, and Europe has the means to resolve it if its  governments would stop squabbling among themselves and take action. That seems  to be the opinion globally, including among eurozone countries themselves. Read more…


Is Now The Time To Buy The China A-Shares ETF? (PEK, FXI, FXP, VWO, TAO)

October 19th, 2011

Eric Dutram: Investing in emerging markets has become an increasingly popular choice for many as these nations generally have higher growth prospects, lower levels of debt, and more favorable demographic profiles than their developed market cousins. However, a broad risk off trade has hit stocks Read more…


China’s Trade Picture Not So Gloomy (FXI, TAO, FXP, EEM, VWO)

October 17th, 2011

Jim Trippon: With the recent news that China’s (NYSE:FXI) trade surplus was lower in September, many have observed that China’s trade surplus momentum is slowing down. The export advantage China has routinely had was lower in September as its trade surplus was $14.5 billion. August figures showed Read more…


A Look At The Alternatives To The 20 Most Popular ETFs (EFA, GLD, SLV, IWM, EEM, VWO, SPY)

October 13th, 2011

Michael Johnston: The impressive pace of expansion in the ETF industry over the last several years has been well documented; continuous product development has resulted in the launch of more than 250 Read more…


Latin America In A Blender? (EEM, EWZ, ECH, VWO, JJC)

October 11th, 2011

Sara Nunnally: One of the reasons I love our annual summit conferences is hearing questions from our attendees. This year, I presented the idea of using emerging markets (NYSE:EEM) as a financial survival bunker. Read more…


Oil Stress Tests Show Russian Recession Unlikely (BNO, RSX)

October 7th, 2011

Scott Martin: Petroleum is the lifeblood of the Russian economy, but a recent round of stress tests indicate that oil prices will have to plunge to global crisis levels to trigger another recession there. Read more…


Friday’s ETF Chart To Watch: IndexIQ Canada Small Cap ETF (CNDA)

October 7th, 2011

Stoyan Bojinov: Stocks extended their gains into Thursday as investor worries about the euro zone debt crisis eased up a bit following encouraging comments by the European Central Bank earlier in the day. ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet said the central bank would revive its purchases of covered bonds Read more…


Thursday’s ETF Chart To Watch: Rydex CurrencyShares Euro Trust (FXE)

October 6th, 2011

Stoyan Bojinov: Stocks climbed higher on Wednesday as investors cheered a better-than-expected ADP employment report along with optimism that Europe would recapitalize its banks. “These economic data points really point toward an environment that is slow growth and not a recession, yet we’ve priced in a recession Read more…


Wednesday’s ETF Chart To Watch: Rydex CurrencyShares British Pound Sterling Trust (FXB)

October 5th, 2011

Stoyan Bojinov: Tuesday was a roller coaster of a day for the markets as investor sentiment fluctuated from fearful to optimistic, and everything in between, during the course of the trading day. Domestic equity indexes started the day in a hole thanks to ongoing worries about the health of the European banking sector Read more…


Russian ETFs: The Putin Put Trade Is Back On (RSX, RBL)

October 5th, 2011

Kevin Kerr: Over the last several years Russia has seen an incredible influx of investment from all over the world as emerging markets, like China, try to secure its vast resources. Read more…


Brazil Rules Out Aggressive Interest Rate Cuts (EWZ, BZF)

October 4th, 2011

Tim Seymour: There appears to be a lack of consensus within the Brazilian government about where interest rates should be headed. Read more…


Trading The Globe: Getting Defensive In Emerging Markets (EEM, SSL, VIV, FCX)

October 4th, 2011

Tim Seymour: Stocks in the emerging world have been beaten worse than even their European counterparts. We lay out some strategy for investors in this week’s Trading the Globe. Read more…


Brazilian Stocks Showing Weakness On Inflation, Europe (EWZ, VGK)

October 3rd, 2011

Tony Daltorio: Growing fears of renewed inflation, and uncertainties over the European (NYSE:VGK) debt crisis, are pushing down Brazilian stocks, making them among the worst performers in emerging markets. Read more…


New Zealand ETFs In Focus After Credit Downgrade (ENZL, BNZ)

October 2nd, 2011

Eric Dutram: Investing in developed markets has been an extremely tough task as of late thanks to sluggish growth and debt woes in a variety of countries. In light of this, perceived ‘safe haven’ countries saw a great deal Read more…


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