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We have seen some glimmers of strength from the homebuilders recently. However, the road ahead remains treacherous. In this video, Don Dion highlights an ETF that appeals to housing bulls looking for safer exposure to this risky market corner.
Staying exposed to the market does not require diving headfirst into risk. In this video, Don highlights an industry ETF that provides relatively safe exposure the technology sector.
It is easy to get burned with futures-backed natural gas ETFs. In this video, Don highlights one fund that investors can turn to in order to gain stable exposure to this popular energy source.
In this video, Don Dion looks at an ETF that looks strong heading to the final month of 2011. Dion Money Management owns: DVY
Natural events have impacted a number of emerging markets in recent weeks. In this video, Don Dion looks at ETFs linked to affected nations.
In this video, Don Dion looks at a telecom ETF that will be in focus as industry leaders step up to the earnings plate
Don Dion looks at a commodity ETF that may appeal to hands-off investors.
In this video, Don Dion highlights an ETF boasts heavy exposure to Apple. Dion Money Management owns: QQQ
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- There are a number of ways investors can use ETFs to target developing nations. In this video, Don Dion looks at funds that provide unique exposure to emerging market consumers.
In this video, Don Dion looks at two dividend ETFs that may provide nervous investors with some relief.Dion Money Management owns: DVY