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Five ETFs To Look Forward To
So far in 2011 more than 200 new exchange-traded products have debuted, taking the ETF lineup close to the 1,300 mark. Over the past several years, the exposure accessible through ETFs has become increasingly granular; while some of the new products debuting are “plain vanilla” funds linked to well known indexes (such as the recent debut of SCHZ), the vast majority of new additions offer targeted exposure to specific markets or sectors or somewhat complex investment strategies involving multiple asset classes or sub-classes. The ETF coverage map is becoming more and more complete; investors now have at least one option for accessing many of the world’s most important economies. There is now a Cloud Computing ETF (SKYY), a Fertilizer/Potash ETF (SOIL), and an Ireland ETF (EIRL). The complaints about over-saturation in the ETF space began about two years ago, when there were about 500 fewer products on the market. Since [...] Click here to read the original article on Related Posts: Going Beyond EEM: Rounding Out Emerging Markets Exposure With ETFs Can India ETFs Beat Inflation Epidemic? Direxion Plans Slew Of India ETFs India ETFs In Freefall As Inflation Concerns Rise Counting Down The Best New ETFs Of 2010
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