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    Health check Market with ETF Market Snapshot
    Quick glance at color coded Market snapshot provides a visual cue to be in Market or on sidelines. Three out four trades will be a success if you are on right side of market.
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    Build your own strategy with ETF Selector and Advanced Selector
    If you are following model portfolios closely and want to custom built portfolio (or get trading idea) that suits your needs, ETF Selector and Advanced ETF Selector are valuable tools.
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    02/18/2009
    Time to invest in dividend ETF (VIG, DVY, SDY)?
    Dow and S&P are near their November 2008 lows. Vanguard Dividend ETF (VIG) was down 27% compared to near 40% loss in S&P 500 in 2008. It comprises of big cap stocks from energy, telco, tech, healthcare and finance with 3% yield.
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    01/28/2009
    Time to buy short end treasury bond ETF (SHY)? - 01/28/2009
    As it is widely known that the Fed is going to keep inerest rate as is today to historic low, economy is in a recession and very volatile bear equity market, investing in short term treasury bond ETF with a yield of 3.42% and low volatility may make sense
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    01/27/2009
    Time to buy Gold ETfs (IAU, GLD, DGL)?
    As the Fed has been flooding the markets with cash to rescue banks and prop up economy, and interest rate is multi-decades low inflation is going to rise (although not here now) and investing in GOLD ETF may make sense.
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    01/25/2009
    Time to invest in corporate bond ETF (LQD)?
    As there is an apparent bubble in US Treasury bonds with yields at a low-level historically, some investments in iShares iBoxx $ Invest Grade Corp Bond (LQD) with good dividend yield of 5.5% may yield valueable performance this year.
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    01/21/2009
    Time to invest in Japan ETFs (EWJ, JSC, DNL)?
    Japanese companies spent $77.8 billion last year on acquisitions outside Japan. There were stock buy-backs at 587 listed companies last year - a 33% increase on 2007. Japenese Yen is on rise and Japan ETFs have been improving relative price performace lat
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