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Diversification Across ETF Asset Classes Reclaims Its Mojo

Glum economic data derailed U.S. stocks in January, however investors who have diversified across a wide segment of ETF classes should reap long term benefits More 

Let the Spending Spree Begin!

Debt ceilings have done little to curb the U.S. government’s escalating debt load. if you thought overspending was a problem before, take a look now... More 

Have Bullish Sentiment Extremes Caught Up with Stocks?

Memo to equity bulls: 2014 is not 2013. And thus far, it’s been a bumpy road for stocks as the  S&P 500 broke below 1,800. Find out what lies ahead... More 

5 Reasons to Fear the Market Selloff

Trouble in emerging markets, U.S. earnings reports are among several worries that should have all investors on the defensive right now. More 

TLT: Exploit the Boom in Treasury Bonds

The latest surge in TLT might not be heading for much higher ground, but it does set options traders up for a chance to grab premium. More 

Why “TINA” is the Wrong Strategy

Should you be buying stocks because interest rates sit near all time lows? A stampede promoting the “There Is No Alternative” (TINA) theory have it wrong! More 

Against the Herd: Lower, Rather Than Higher Rates In 2014

10-Year Treasury bonds are expected to end 2014 around 3.41% according to a Bloomberg survey, but recent moves in income ETFs may telegraph a different outcome More