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December 27, 2011 at 13:26 PM EST
ETF Insider: Slick Picks For Year End Bulls
Equity markets inched higher last week as news from the Euro zone was sparse, while economic data releases on the home front surprised to the upside. The final trading week of one of the most volatile periods in financial history is sure to abundant with more of the same: excitement, drama, and perhaps even the usual chaos. Domestic equity indexes are flirting with modest gains for 2011, although year end selling pressures may create headwinds as investors lock-in profits in anticipation of more turmoil next year. In this edition of ETF Insider we outline three bullish actionable ideas with conservative stop-loss recommendations; positioning our trades favorably in case the bulls continue their stampede, while also protecting ourselves from a potential sell-off. Weekly Outlook The coming week will be very sparse with economic data releases at home and on the international front. Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Bulls Look To Stampede Over Euro Drama World Cup Of ETFs: Plays On All 32 Countries Daily ETF Roundup: GLD Bounces Back, VXX Sinks As Dust Settles Six Noteworthy ETF Innovations ETF Misnomers: Why You Never Judge A Fund By Its Cover
Equity markets inched higher last week as news from the Euro zone was sparse, while economic data releases on the home front surprised to the upside. The final trading week of one of the most volatile periods in financial history is sure to abundant with more of the same: excitement, drama, and perhaps even the usual chaos. Domestic equity indexes are flirting with modest gains for 2011, although year end selling pressures may create headwinds as investors lock-in profits in anticipation of more turmoil next year. In this edition of ETF Insider we outline three bullish actionable ideas with conservative stop-loss recommendations; positioning our trades favorably in case the bulls continue their stampede, while also protecting ourselves from a potential sell-off. Weekly Outlook The coming week will be very sparse with economic data releases at home and on the international front. Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase [...]

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