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Aggressive investors can capitalize on falling oil prices by buying into the ProShares UltraShort Crude Oil ETF.
Japan accounts for at least 20% of the total global semiconductor production, and the extent of this sector's supply disruption are not fully known.
This retail-weighted ETF is a good indicator of increased spending by those with cash-stuffed pockets.
This ETF slides home safely as QE2 does to the U.S. economy what steroids did for baseball.
XLE has climbed solidly since September and could continue its run, given the tumultuous environment in the Middle East and North Africa.
Creating a synthetic short position in the SPY could be profitable in this environment.
The nuclear crisis in Japan and instabiity in the Middle East will have long-term implications for U.S. markets.
The devastating events in Japan have changed the way investors can trade this ETF.
This leveraged inverse ETF will offer some protection in the event of a market downturn.
Two years into the recovery, concerns still loom. These high-yield ETFs could provide superior income and stability should the market pull back.