January 28, 2013 at 18:22 PM EST
Bank on the American Consumer with Retail ETFs
The economy seems to be in recovery. Housing starts are at a five-year high, employment numbers are coming in positive, and Americans have deleveraged significantly from the credit bubble of the 2000s and generational low mortgage rates have certainly helped improve US consumer balance sheets. Moving your portfolio to position for a change in consumer [...] View the full post at: Bank on the American Consumer with Retail ETFs Related posts: Retail Sales: A Slim Reed of Hope…Maybe Fiscal ’08 May Retail Sales Drawbacks of Double-Short ETFs
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