March 14, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
How To Hedge For A Market Correction With ETFs
Are we near the top or did the bull train just leave the station? Fundamental news has been bolstering equity markets higher since the start of 2012, although many investors are fearful that if they jump in now, the next market correction may very well wipe out all of their gains and then some. Luckily, thanks to the evolution of the ETF industry, investors who wish to dip their toes in the water without going “all in” so to speak have a number of valuable instruments at their disposal [see also Brent Crude vs. WTI: The Best Performing Commodity]. Some sophisticated investors may wish to employ options trading strategies to hedge for downside risk in their positions, while others commonly opt for safe haven exposure through gold or bonds. Newcomer QuantShares offers mainstream investors a creative approach to hedging for a potential correction while also easing the burden of market timing. The Boston-based [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: AdvisorShares Rolls Out SectorSAM ETF (SSAM) September ETF Roundup: Launches, Filings, and Closures QuantShares Debuts Market Neutral ETFs ETFs To Smooth Volatility: Looking At Some Long / Short Options ETF Insider: No Job Hopes For Wall Street Bulls
Are we near the top or did the bull train just leave the station? Fundamental news has been bolstering equity markets higher since the start of 2012, although many investors are fearful that if they jump in now, the next market correction may very well wipe out all of their gains and then some. Luckily, thanks to the evolution of the ETF industry, investors who wish to dip their toes in the water without going “all in” so to speak have a number of valuable instruments at their disposal [see also Brent Crude vs. WTI: The Best Performing Commodity]. Some sophisticated investors may wish to employ options trading strategies to hedge for downside risk in their positions, while others commonly opt for safe haven exposure through gold or bonds. Newcomer QuantShares offers mainstream investors a creative approach to hedging for a potential correction while also easing the burden of market timing. The Boston-based [...]

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