November 16, 2012 at 09:00 AM EST
5 ETF Strategies To Reign In Risk
As we barrel towards the Niagara Falls of all fiscal cliffs, investors seem fairly certain that additional volatility is in store for the next few months. What is less clear, however, are the strategies that can be effective in insulating portfolios from a surge in uncertainty-related volatility over the next several weeks [see also Free Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Inspired by some of the thoughts put together by the folks at iShares, we outline five strategies below for reducing overall risk and volatility in your portfolio, as well as some specific ETF options for each approach. Low Volatility Stocks: This approach is perhaps stunningly obvious, but it’s worth highlighting given the innovations in the ETF industry in recent months that make implementation easier than ever. For investors expecting a rise in volatility and significant downside risk, low volatility stocks represent a way to scale back overall risk while [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Bargain Hunting: Low P/E Ratio ETFs ETF Insider: Bull Train Hits Resistance Again PowerShares Adds High Dividend ETF ETF Insider: Support Levels In Sight First Trust Debuts “Tail Hedge” S&P 500 ETF (VIXH)
As we barrel towards the Niagara Falls of all fiscal cliffs, investors seem fairly certain that additional volatility is in store for the next few months. What is less clear, however, are the strategies that can be effective in insulating portfolios from a surge in uncertainty-related volatility over the next several weeks [see also Free Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time].  Inspired by some of the thoughts put together by the folks at iShares, we outline five strategies below for reducing overall risk and volatility in your portfolio, as well as some specific ETF options for each approach.  Low Volatility Stocks: This approach is perhaps stunningly obvious, but it’s worth highlighting given the innovations in the ETF industry in recent months that make implementation easier than ever. For investors expecting a rise in volatility and significant downside risk, low volatility stocks represent a way to scale back overall risk while [...]

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