December 23, 2011 at 09:00 AM EST
How To Invest Like UBS In 2012 (Using Only ETFs)
Equity markets have taken a wild ride this past year as everything from an unimaginable earthquake in Japan to a looming debt crisis in Europe has taken its toll on investors’ confidence. As 2011 draws to a close, many are left scratching their heads in confusion and uncertainty, given the predominantly gloomy economic outlook that many are expecting for the new year. Financial behemoth UBS has issued its economic outlook for 2012 along with a set of conservative investment principles that are sure to please the defensive-minded crowd worrisome of continuing economic turmoil. Within the detailed 28-page report, UBS Wealth Management Research emphasizes the importance of staying diversified on all fronts given the overhanging debt drama on both sides of the Atlantic. Volatility is expected to remain abundant in 2012 as the Euro zone struggles to restore stability in its debt burdened member nations, while the political gridlock at home [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Recapping Impressive Innovation In Bond ETF Space Low Cost ETFs: Complete List Of The Cheapest Exchange-Traded Funds PowerShares Launches Fundamental Corporate Bond ETF (PFIG) May ETFdb Category Kings: Best Performing ETFs State Street Launches Fundamental Corporate Bond ETF (CBND)
Equity markets have taken a wild ride this past year as everything from an unimaginable earthquake in Japan to a looming debt crisis in Europe has taken its toll on investors’ confidence. As 2011 draws to a close, many are left scratching their heads in confusion and uncertainty, given the predominantly gloomy economic outlook that many are expecting for the new year. Financial behemoth UBS has issued its economic outlook for 2012 along with a set of conservative investment principles that are sure to please the defensive-minded crowd worrisome of continuing economic turmoil. Within the detailed 28-page report, UBS Wealth Management Research emphasizes the importance of staying diversified on all fronts given the overhanging debt drama on both sides of the Atlantic. Volatility is expected to remain abundant in 2012 as the Euro zone struggles to restore stability in its debt burdened member nations, while the political gridlock at home [...]

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