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The right move for a China-focused investor, oddly enough, is to not focus on China.
These ETFs may be more volatile than some other nuclear power funds, but they offer the chance for outsized gains.
The U.S. Oil Fund may be a great idea for a short-term trade, but for a long-term investment? Not so much.
Smaller, lesser-followed country markets have dominated the top of the ETF performance list for the past year.
JJA is a very appealing way for smaller investors to bite into an agricultural play.
While the fees associated with these new iPath leveraged notes can be steep, they fill an important niche.
ETFs have opened up exciting areas of the market, but a little research can go a long way.