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- ETFs in 2008 - What Lessons Can We Learn?
- Using ETFs to Capitalize on Market's Recent Patterns
- The Lowdown on 3X Leveraged ETFs
- U.S. Multinationals Must Brace Themselves for Strengthening Dollar
- Gisele Bundchen - Predictor of Currency Movements?
- Utilizing Leveraged Financial ETFs
- Will Buffett Be Burned by Derivatives?
- Bonds for Ford and GM Look Too Good to Ignore
- Repricing Employee Stock Options: Disingenuous and Disrespectful
- Why I Couldn't Ignore GE
- Taking Advantage of Google's Plummeting Lows
- Would a Target REIT Prove a Good High Yield Investment?
- Possible Outcomes of My Apple Purchase
How To Profit From Continued Market Downturn
Oct. 24, 2008 • 6 Comments
- Apple Credit Spreads: Targeting 500% Return
- Verasun Gets Killed
- Profiting From Market Volatility With VIX/ETF Pairs Trades
- 3 Stocks Hitting 5-Year Highs, Despite the Bear Market
- Focus Media Rallies
- K-Tron Stock Rockets Through Prior Highs
- Google Earnings: This Doesn't Look Good
- Oil: If You Can't Beat 'em, Join 'em Using Credit Spread Options
- Yandex IPO - Russian Search Engine Challenges Google
- Ethanol Is Dead: How You Can Still Profit From It
- RIMM Long Strangle Options: Volatility Exercise
- Terra Nitrogen: A High Yield Ag Stock to Sink Your Teeth Into
- The Corn Shortage: Ideas for Investors
- Who's Really to Blame for High Gas Prices?
- Home Prices, Homebuilder Stocks Move in Opposite Directions: What Gives?
- Central European Alcoholic Beverage Distributor Is on a Binge
- Calling It Quits on Gold, Platinum - It's Time to Go Financials!
Evidence That 'Namesake' Mutual Funds Outperform their Peers
Apr. 23, 2008 • 3 Comments