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Protecting Gains with ETFs

Smart Money columnist James Stewart is reducing his portfolio’s exposure to the stock market by hedging with exchange traded funds. In the recent column It’s a Wonderful Rally, Stewart notes that he has invested in the ProShares UltraShort 500 (SDS) as well as the ProShares UltraShort QQQ (QID) as a way to hedge his positions […]

Lower Lows and Summer Rallys (MZZ, QID)

The recent swings in the market are bringing out the pundits. Some market forecasters are advising to sell into any near term rally while others are recommending to hold off for new lows before jumping back into the market in time for a strong summer rally. In the article ETF Advisers: Sell into Market’s Rally, […]

Time to Pounce on Bargains?

In the article ETF Advisers: One Day Is Not A Trend, Investors Business Daily‘s Trang Ho talks to technical analysts and money managers to get their views on where the market goes from here. The consensus seems to be that as long as we have volatility that generates 10% swings in a day, we’re still […]

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