June 08, 2011 at 18:32 PM EDT
ETF Insider: Jumbling Up Our All ETF Portfolio
This week has continued where last week left off, as selling across the board continues to plague equities. Tech and financials are leading on the downside as new government regulations and fears over a slowdown in the economy are weighing on stocks. Meanwhile, traders are continuing to seek the safety of T-Bills as protection in this uncertain environment, while keeping a watchful eye on the European situation as well. Commodities have been more mixed as some products such as oil and natural gas, have gotten off to strong starts this week, while others, such as those in the industrial metals corner of the market, have seen some level of weakness to start the five day period. Against this backdrop, we’ve been forced to re-evaluate some our ETF plays from Monday, and are taking the opportunity to cash out on a position in our all-ETF portfolio that has surged by more than [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Prudent Buying After Panic Selling ETF Insider: Greedy In A Fearful Environment ETF Insider: Debuting Our All-ETF Portfolio May ETF Stats: Month Of Net Outflows ETF Insider: Looking Back On A Bloodbath
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