August 16, 2010 at 10:44 AM EDT
ETF Ideas For A Flat Market
This year has been a frustrating one for investors, as equity markets came racing out of the gate only to lose steam as much anticipated job creation failed to materialize and much of the developed world found itself facing a massive credit crunch. Every development that seemingly indicates a robust recovery–such as the impressive earnings season–is quickly followed by more discouraging news to keep markets in check. Major U.S. indexes have spent part of 2010 well into positive territory while also dipping deep into the red, currently standing about even on the year. As the summer months draw to a close, many investors are beginning to predict that more sideways movement is in the forecast. There is a growing feeling that while there is not enough fuel for a upside rally, the situation is also not so bleak as to bring on a double dip recession. That creates a unique and [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Stories: Covered Call ETFs: The “Write” Play Now? Do You Need A Covered Call ETF? ProShares Strengthens Grip on UltraShort ETF Market
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