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Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In December, S&P Capital IQ Equity Strategy upgraded its view on the Industrials Sector to "Overweight" from "Marketweight," citing expected sales benefits from rising emerging market exposure, a steady U.S. recovery, and durable stabilization in Chinese economic growth. With this in mind, S&P Capital IQ will be hosting an industrials-themed ETF Analyst Hour Webinar on
Wednesday, January 16th at
4 PM Eastern Standard Time.
Titled "Why We Feel The Time Is Now For Industrials: Sector Update & ETF Takeaways," the webinar will feature comments from
Michael Jaffe and
Jim Corridore, members of S&P Capital IQ's Industrials Sector equity research team, who will provide an overview of the sector and the sub-industries and companies they view as being most promising. Director of ETF Research
Todd Rosenbluth will then provide a close look at several Industrials ETFs using the approach to ETF research and analysis that he helped to develop.
This webinar is the latest in S&P Capital IQ's monthly ETF Analyst Hour series, and one hour of CFP continuing education credit is available to attendees. Interested attendees can register here:
http://event.standardandpoors.com/content/ER_Webinar_011613_ETF_REGAnthony Hohmann, ETF product manager, will moderate the discussion and highlight S&P Capital IQ's ETF research methodology and ETF model portfolio performance.
Research reports covering the ETFs discussed in the presentation will be available to all attendees. The ETF reports are originally published on S&P Capital IQ's
MarketScope Advisor platform.
@spmarketscope and #ETFHour during the webinar for up-to-the-second ETF commentary from S&P Capital IQ equity analysts.
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