Buying A China ETF To Capitalize On Chinese Growth
Chinese stock markets and the corresponding China Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are approaching 2009 lows, as China’s economy “slows” to seven to eight percent growth. While many traders and investors are leery of buying ETFs when stock markets are down, buying a China ETF while the Chinese stock markets are likely at their low points can be a profitable way to play the Chinese growth story.
Short Treasury ETF Strategies To Make Money When United States Treasury Bonds Decline
Short Gold ETF Strategies To Make Money When Gold Declines
With the sovereign and private bank debt situation in Europe showing no signs of reaching a resolution in the foreseeable future, many traders are looking for a short Euro ETF, which is an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) that increases in value as the Euro currency or European financial assets decline in value.
A Covered Call ETF Offers A Hedge Against Market Volatility
A lithium Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), also known as a lithium ETF, is an investment in the developing new economy that is centered around the use of lithium batteries. Occasionally, macro changes in the economy and demand for natural resources causes demand for a specific resource, such as lithium metal, to increase rapidly.
With real estate prices showing signs of stabilizing during 2012, it is time for investors to seriously think about how to make money from the housing rebound. From home builders to real estate investment trusts (REITs), many financial securities related to the real estate market are near the bottom of their historical valuations and may provide excellent long term investment opportunities.