April 04, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
5 ETF Plays For Doomsday Predictions
Investors have seemingly brushed aside looming debt woes on both sides of the Atlantic ocean as improving growth expectations have helped pave the way higher for equity markets around the globe. Bullish momentum has undoubtedly prevailed on Wall Street thus far in 2012, although many are fearful that a steep market correction is just around the corner. Economic data releases have been encouraging over the past few months, however weakness in the housing and labor markets continues to be a major drag on the recovery efforts at home [see also Doomsday Special: 7 Hard Asset Investments You Can Hold In Your Hand]. The million dollar question that investors are asking themselves is whether to jump aboard the bull-train or stand back in anticipation of a derailment in the foreseeable future? Remember that the trend is your friend; calling the top on a bull market can be wildly profitable, however, more often than not, investors are [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Five ETFs To Watch Ahead Of Ben Bernanke’s Jackson Hole Speech Inflation ETF Special: 25 ETF Ideas To Fight Rising Prices Complete List Of Active ETFs December ETF Roundup: $1 Trillion And Counting JPMorgan Rolls Out Leveraged Treasury ETNs
Investors have seemingly brushed aside looming debt woes on both sides of the Atlantic ocean as improving growth expectations have helped pave the way higher for equity markets around the globe. Bullish momentum has undoubtedly prevailed on Wall Street thus far in 2012, although many are fearful that a steep market correction is just around the corner. Economic data releases have been encouraging over the past few months, however weakness in the housing and labor markets continues to be a major drag on the recovery efforts at home [see also Doomsday Special: 7 Hard Asset Investments You Can Hold In Your Hand]. The million dollar question that investors are asking themselves is whether to jump aboard the bull-train or stand back in anticipation of a derailment in the foreseeable future? Remember that the trend is your friend; calling the top on a bull market can be wildly profitable, however, more often than not, investors are [...]

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