Aaron Levitt

Aaron Levitt is a SABEW investment journalist and analyst living in State College, Pennsylvania. His work appears in several high profile publications in both print and on the web.

As an advocate for long-term globally oriented investing, Aaron believes that exchange traded funds have leveled playing field for Main Street. Following global macro-economic trends, investors now have several avenues to create great long term portfolios.

Aaron is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University where he studied Economics and International Business. Aside for helping regular investors develop winning portfolios, his current projects include writing his first book on midstream industry as well as studying for the CFA Level 1 exam.

Follow his picks and pans on Twitter at @AaronLevitt

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    Playing Rising Rates with Ultra-Short Term Bonds

    With rising rates likely, investors may want to consider adding a dose of ultra-short bonds to their portfolios. Here are some ETFs to consider.
  2. Stock Analysis

    Bargains Still Abound in European Stocks

    For investors looking for value and growth potential, Europe is it. Here are some ETFs to consider.
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    Is Now the Time for Emerging Market Bonds?

    Higher yields and the potential for price appreciation await investors who take the plunge with emerging market bonds. Here's why.
  4. Stock Analysis

    Make a Downstream Bet with Oil Refiners

    Now is a good time to bet on the oil refinery sector. Here's why.
  5. Stock Analysis

    9 Junk Bond ETFs You Should Eye Right Now

    Volatility aside, there’s still some value left in high yield bonds. Pending rate increases shouldn’t effect junk as gravely as investors fear.
  6. Stock Analysis

    Is Smaller Better When Investing Overseas?

    When it comes to global stocks think small (and not in a market-cap sense). Smaller developed nations have outperformed larger rivals by a big margin.
  7. Stock Analysis

    Is Now the Time to Bet on Vacation Spending?

    As Americans embark on summer trips, investors can benefit by adding exposure to the travel and leisure sector.
  8. Stock Analysis

    Watch These Top Wind Power Stocks, ETFs

    Wind power has already grown impressively and its best days are ahead. Here are some stocks and ETFs to consider.
  9. Stock Analysis

    Do Energy Sector CAPEX Cuts Equal Opportunity?

    Pessimism in the oil patch has reached new levels. Does this mean the sector could be the ultimate value investing buy?
  10. Stock Analysis

    Is it Time to Buy Floating Rate Bonds?

    The Fed’s awaited interest rate hike could finally be at hand. Are floating rate bonds the way to go?
  11. Stock Analysis

    Best ETFs for Inflationary Worries

    Inflation may have been muted over the last few years, but that doesn’t mean investors should forget about it.
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    Fight Volatility and Inflation with Infrastructure

    As institutional investors flock to infrastructure assets there's good reason for retail investors to follow suit.
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    Small-Caps and Dividends: Perfect Together

    For investors, small-caps shouldn’t be just about growth. They can be powerful income tools, as well.
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    Healthcare Stocks: A Prescription for More Gains?

    There could be even more room for gains in healthcare sector stocks, as many of the bullish trends remain in place.
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    Internet Stocks: Still More Room to Run?

    The Nasdaq may be flirting with highs it last saw 15 years ago, but a new dotcom bust isn't in the cards. The sector is making money and paying dividends.
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