Egypt ETF In Focus After “Elections”
Monday, 29 November 2010 00:51

One of the world’s largest exercises in democracy took place over the weekend, as voters headed to the polls in Egypt for a chaotic election that highlighted rising uncertainty and conflict in one of Africa’s largest economies.

Is The Ireland ETF Doomed?
Friday, 19 November 2010 04:54

With the end of the year rapidly approaching, 2010 has been anything but kind to the euro zone. The currency bloc has experienced its worst financial crisis since the adoption of the euro, at one point teetering on the brink of a widespread crisis and perhaps even complete collapse. Across the continent heavily indebted nations including Greece, Spain, and Portugal have struggled to get their fiscal houses in order, drawing fierce protests from citizens accustomed to generous government benefits.

Uncertain Future For Build America Bond ETFs
Thursday, 18 November 2010 06:08

When President Obama signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the nation was sharply divided on the bill. Designed to create jobs and promote investment during one of the worst recessions to ever hit the U.S. economy, “the Stimulus” called for measures worth a total of $787, including tax incentives, expansion of unemployment benefits, and spending in health care, education, and infrastructure.

Direxion To Close Daily Two-Year Treasury ETFs
Thursday, 18 November 2010 06:08

Direxion, one of the largest providers of leveraged ETFs, has been extremely active on the product development front in 2010, rolling out a number of products that offer investors an opportunity to double down (or triple down) on various asset classes. But the company’s product line will shrink a bit in coming weeks, as firm has announced that it will close down the Daily 2-Year Treasury Bull 3x Shares (TWOL) and the Direxion Daily 2-Year Treasury Bear 3x Shares (TWOZ).

ETFs To Play White Hot Silver
Monday, 15 November 2010 05:33

One of the recurring investment themes over the last several months has been the seemingly unstoppable climb of gold. As the U.S. dollar has encountered weakness driven by worries over inflation and deteriorating credit quality, investors have embraced hard currencies as a hedge against the greenback, sending prices of gold bullion skyrocketing.

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