Third Time’s A Charm? Best ETF Plays For QE3
Last month, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke unveiled the latest creation from the central bank – the infamous QE3. As details continue to emerge about the next round of quantitative easing, many investors, including a number of hot-shot analysts and experts, have been weighing in on how they believe the new stimulus measures will pan out. Some have received the Fed’s new plan with open arms, while others remain understandably skeptical if not down right opposed to QE3. And now that the eurozone, Japan and the United States have all set out their new monetary policies, the printing presses will be working overtime as these three global heavy hitters line up to pump trillions of dollars into their economies. Now investors are faced with the daunting task of trying to quantify and project the implications of these massive programs – will money printing “stimulate” the economy, or will the onslaught of currency supplies only do more harm [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: February ETF Flows: Commodities Are Hot, Emerging Markets Are Not NSX Data: VWO Leads All ETFs In YTD Inflows May ETF Stats: Month Of Net Outflows Commodity ETFs Get No Love From Investors How Will the U.S. Swine Flu Outbreak Affect the Stock Market and ETFs?
Last month, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke unveiled the latest creation from the central bank – the infamous QE3. As details continue to emerge about the next round of quantitative easing, many investors, including a number of hot-shot analysts and experts, have been weighing in on how they believe the new stimulus measures will pan out. Some have received the Fed’s new plan with open arms, while others remain understandably skeptical if not down right opposed to QE3. And now that the eurozone, Japan and the United States have all set out their new monetary policies, the printing presses will be working overtime as these three global heavy hitters line up to pump trillions of dollars into their economies. Now investors are faced with the daunting task of trying to quantify and project the implications of these massive programs – will money printing “stimulate” the economy, or will the onslaught of currency supplies only do more harm [...]

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