November 12, 2012 at 04:00 AM EST
3 ETFs To Watch This Week: EWJ, GERJ, EU
Last week, President Obama claimed victory, locking in another four years at the coveted Oval Office. Though some were supportive of the President’s re-election, Wall Street made it quite clear who it had voted for as markets took a sharp nosedive in a post-election sell off immediately following the President’s victory. Though there were several better-than-expected economic reports last week, Obama’s re-election has placed investors’ sole focus on looming concerns over the Fiscal Cliff, as the automatic round of massive spending cuts and tax hikes now seem inevitable come January 1. Unless the split Congress manages to come up with a viable resolution, bearish momentum will likely continue for quite some time. This week, investors will once again see a number of economic reports from around the world. Below, we outline three ETFs that should see a fair amount of activity during the week ahead [see also 7 Simple & Cheap ETF Model Portfolio]: 1. MSCI Japan [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: 3 ETFs To Watch This Week: PMR, EWJ, GERJ 3 ETFs To Watch This Week: GERJ, EU, TIP ETF Insider: Slick Picks For Year End Bulls ETF Insider: Support Levels In Sight ETF Insider: Technicals Favor Stocks
Last week, President Obama claimed victory, locking in another four years at the coveted Oval Office. Though some were supportive of the President’s re-election, Wall Street made it quite clear who it had voted for as markets took a sharp nosedive in a post-election sell off immediately following the President’s victory. Though there were several better-than-expected economic reports last week,  Obama’s re-election has placed investors’ sole focus on looming concerns over the Fiscal Cliff, as the automatic round of massive spending cuts and tax hikes now seem inevitable come January 1. Unless the split Congress manages to come up with a viable resolution, bearish momentum will likely continue for quite some time. This week, investors will once again see a number of economic reports from around the world. Below, we outline three ETFs that should see a fair amount of activity during the week ahead [see also 7 Simple & Cheap ETF Model Portfolio]: 1. MSCI Japan [...]

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