January 02, 2013 at 09:00 AM EST
Best And Worst All-ETF Portfolios In 2012
Major equity indexes clinched gains during what many would characterize as a “roller coaster” year; the S&P 500′s upward trajectory was interrupted on several occasions by everything from Greek debt drama to post-election fiscal cliff fears. With 2012 in the history books we take a moment to recap the best and worst performing all-ETF model portfolios during a year characterized by resurfacing debt drama on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean and signs of improving economic recovery [Download Free 7 Simple & Cheap All-ETF Portfolios]. Below we highlight the best performing strategy among our retirement, regional and themed categories from 2012, as well as the worst performing ones from each group, noting the inherent differences across each one (please note that returns are as of December 28, 2012) [see 50+ All-ETF Model Portfolios]: Best Retirement: Aggressive ETFdb Portfolio, Up 15.25% Although it seems that pessimistic headlines circulated on the regular, “risk on” sentiment was surely the driving force behind markets in 2012. [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: 3 ETFs For Dividend-Seeking Commodity Bulls ETF Insider: Trading Ideas For Earnings Season ETF Insider: Technicals Favor Stocks 8 Dividend ETFs Yielding 5% (And More) Dividend ETFs: Going Beyond The United States
Major equity indexes clinched gains during what many would characterize as a “roller coaster” year; the S&P 500′s upward trajectory was interrupted on several occasions by everything from Greek debt drama to post-election fiscal cliff fears. With 2012 in the history books we take a moment to recap the best and worst performing all-ETF model portfolios during a year characterized by resurfacing debt drama on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean and signs of improving economic recovery [Download Free 7 Simple & Cheap All-ETF Portfolios]. Below we highlight the best performing strategy among our retirement, regional and themed categories from 2012, as well as the worst performing ones from each group, noting the inherent differences across each one (please note that returns are as of December 28, 2012) [see 50+ All-ETF Model Portfolios]: Best Retirement: Aggressive ETFdb Portfolio, Up 15.25% Although it seems that pessimistic headlines circulated on the regular, “risk on” sentiment was surely the driving force behind markets in 2012. [...]

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