ETF/No Load Fund Investing: More Leverage For Your Dollars

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How much more leverage do you need? Apparently more than you have now. At least ProFunds seems to think so according to a MarketWatch article called “Over the Borderline.” A few days ago, ProFund introduced 2 new funds, UBPIX and UFPIX. The first one, UBPIX, is an UltraLatin America fund designed to earn twice the upside of the New York …

ETF Master List – Mid-Week Update As Of 10/23/2007

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Two days of rebounding action pushed the major indexes higher and instilled some confidence that maybe some support can be found at these levels. Of course, it’s still anybody’s guess if this is just a dead cat bounce. Below please find the link to the most recent ETF Master list, which has been updated with yesterday’s closing prices. This will …

From The No Load Fund/ETF Archives: Sounding Like a Broken Record

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In view of last week’s market decline, reader Govind pointed to an article reviewing some of the historical market corrections.Ranging from the precious metals crash in 1980, the emerging markets debt crisis in 1998 to the dot-com bust and currently the subprime mortgage and housing debacle, the underlying theme seems to be the same: Crashes and bear markets are part …

ETF Investing: Surviving Last Week’s Sell Off

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Whenever markets pull back, I like to view those areas that not only survived but actually posted some gains. A good way is to look at the ETF Master list since it contains some 500 ETFs including all types of orientations. Besides the obvious winners, short funds, there have been others that bucked last week’s run to the downside: Here …

No Load Fund/ETF Tracker updated through 10/18/2007

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My latest No Load Fund/ETF Tracker has been posted at: http://www.successful-investment.com/newsletter-archive.php The bears overpowered the bulls this week and all major indexes ended sharply lower. Our Trend Tracking Index (TTI) for domestic funds/ETFs has moved to +5.10% above its long-term trend line (red) as the chart below shows: The international index inched lower to remain +2.14% above its own trend …