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  1. Looking Back at Our Rapid Fire ETF Ideas for 2013

    December 26, 2013
    As 2012 came to a close last year, we sat down and picked out some of the most promising ETF investments for the coming year. ...
  2. How To Play Goldman Sach’s Top Trades For 2014

    December 19, 2013
    With 2014 quickly approaching, Goldman Sach’s has unveiled its latest list of profitable trades for the new year. While they ...
  3. ETF Outlook for the Week of October 7

    October 7, 2013
    The S&P 500 was able to close out last week with a one-point loss even though the government shutdown continued into ...
  4. 5 ETFs That Gave Unexpected Gifts In 2012

    December 22, 2012
    Despite the recent worries about the fiscal cliff and the outcome of the Presidential election, 2012 has been a generally ...
  5. 13 Rapid Fire ETF Ideas For 2013

    December 19, 2012
    This past year shaped out to be quite the roller coaster ride for many investors; equity marketsperseveredthroughtumultuous, ...
  6. Breaking Down European ETFs

    November 10, 2011
    Looking at the European ETFs in 2011.
  7. Value To Be Had In Europe

    August 11, 2011
    The recent market rout has giving investors a chance to purchase quality European equities at cheaper prices.
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