EWK : Analysis & Opinions

  1. European Stocks Are Ripe For The Picking

    February 26, 2014
    Things continue to get better for Europe. After going through some pretty nasty side-effects in the aftermath of the Great ...
  2. Believe It Or Not: ETF Edition

    September 2, 2013
    Since the inception of the legendary S&P 500 ETF over two decades ago, the ETF industry has certainly come a long way ...
  3. Eurozone GDP Turns Positive: Time To Buy?

    August 20, 2013
    Over the past few years, the world economy has undeniably struggled against significant headwinds after the unprecedented ...
  4. Europe ETFs: Rising From The Dead

    September 20, 2012
    To put it mildly, European stocks have had a rough couple of years, as the eurozone sovereign-debt crisis continues to plague ...
  5. 5 Worst ETF Strategies Of The Last 5 Years

    August 9, 2012
    The financial crash of 2008 has forever changed the way investors approach the market. After seeing bottom-line returns crumble ...
  6. 3 Europe ETFs Holding Their Ground In 2012

    July 10, 2012
    As many economies in the Euro zone continue to teeter on the edge of default (or forced bailouts), investors around the globe ...
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    Outside the Box: Hoisington Investment Management Quarterly Review and Outlook, First Quarter ...
  2. Why Stick With Energy Stocks? (Hint: Geopolitical Risk)

    By most fundamental measures, oil prices should be declining. Russ explains why they’re on ...
  3. Bad Investor Behavior: Overemphasizing Experience

    Behavioral finance researchers have discovered that our personal experiences disproportionately ...
  4. Thoughts From The Frontline: Every Central Bank For Itself

    Thoughts from the Frontline: Every Central Bank for Itself
  5. 3 Dumb Ways to Borrow Money

    Money — everyone needs it, but not everyone has it. Many people who find themselves in a ...
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    Basic information on how Bonds work.
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