In the post-financial crisis world, many have proposed that the global economy is finally starting to “decouple,” as evidenced by the impressive expansion in emerging markets as growth grinds to a
Tuesday brought the fourth consecutive day of directionless trading. Since last Thursday, the major indices have “chopped” in a tight trading range. The market is obviously in consolidation
As the ETF world continues to grow, the competitive landscape continues to evolve. In recent years, a growing number of firms have attempted to differentiate themselves by offering unique
Stephen Leeb, senior editor for the complete investor, discusses with Forbes why Australian and Canadian ETFs should make
With the housing market cratering, consumer confidence sagging, and catalysts for real economic growth nowhere to be found, many investors have quietly become pessimistic over the outlook for
In this episode of Money and Markets we examine three markets that offer both safety and the potential for high returns: Canada, Australia and Brazil. They’re young,
double-dip recession, this country was struggling to overcome the fallout from an Arab oil embargo, Vietnam War-era deficits, and an inflationary spiral that just wouldn’t let go.
With its array of natural resources, supply of commodities and enviable banking system, Canada remains relatively appealing and poses an opportunity for investors
Ken Leon, Standard & Poor’s equity analyst, spent some time with Maria Bartiromo on CNBC last friday to discuss the S&P ETF rating system. S&P rates each etf on a scale from “overweight” to “underweight”
Want that international exposure but, don’t want to fly too far? This Canadian ETF- iShares MSCI Canada Index “EWC” offers publicly traded securities in the Canadian market.