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While most retail investors can’t locate Tunisia on a map (I couldn’t before last month), there are bound to be numerous substantial trading opportunities in the various sovereigns undergoing
Investors have become familiar with the term “contagion” in recent years, but most are accustomed to hearing the phenomenon discussed in relation to sovereign debt defaults in Europe
If you turned on your TV in the last week or so, you almost certainly saw coverage of the protests in Egypt. Almost overnight, the media narrative moved from Washington to Cairo.
Last week I warnedof a flare-up in Egypt and a reversal in oil and gold. The media are transmitting pictures of street scenes in Egypt that for the most part appear benign. However, riptides of anti
CNBC’s Herb Greenberg is suggesting that investors should skip the Middle East. The biggest problem is that
ETF Digest goes into detail on an ETF discussing the Market Vectors Gulf States Index ETF (NYSE:MES) in a video.
An unexpected specter is haunting the streets throughout the capitals of North Africa and the Middle East. Although revolution has been quelled for many years, dollar devaluation has caused
In trading ON Tuesday, the iShares MSCI ACWI ex US Materials Sector Index Fund ETF (AMEX:AXMT) is outperforming other ETFs, up about 5.2% on the day. Also up on the day are the
Frontier market ETFs have been gaining investor attention as many seek to diversify portfolios and gain exposure to nations and regions that are up and coming and for good reason.
Frontier market ETFs have been gaining investor attention as many seek to diversify portfolios and gain exposure to nations and regions that are up and coming and for good reason