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First Global Exchange Traded Funds Magazine launched

Believe it or not: The first issue of the ETF Radar Magazine has been lauched.
This brand-new publication will provide you a comprehensive overview about the latest trends within the global Exchange Traded Funds industry.

The contents of the current issue include:

+ COVERSTORY (page 6)
Ready for take off?
Will Europe’s ETF market see the same explosive growth and depth of liquidity like the U.S. market?

+ INSIGHTS & STRATEGY (page 9)
Geared Exchange Traded Products:
What investors using geared - or leveraged - exchange traded products should know about the impact of volatility on their returns.

+ MARKETPLACE (page 13)
Global ETF news and selected market indices at a glance covering NORTH AMERICA, EUROPE and MIDDLE EAST & ASIA-PACIFIC.

+ INTERVIEW (page 17)
Hector McNeil from ETF Securities about oil, gold and other hot commodities and the market reactions after the AIG disaster.

+ CAREER & EVENTS (page 19)
A review of the current job market and an overview about upcoming events within the ETF industry.

+ GLOBAL PLAYERS (page 21)
Comprehensive details about the world’s largest ETF providers.

The magazine is published bi-monthly and qualified readers can easily subscribe free of charge via the website and will receive each issue per email - or just download it directly (also free of charge) via their website etf-radar.com. The direct link is: www.etf-radar.com/ETFRadarMagazine_JulyA...

The ETF Radar Magazine has offices in Naples (NYSE:FL) and Munich and covers the latest developments within the ETF industry in North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.

For now it seems that these open-minded guys have one of best layout ever used for such a publication and their magazine has hughe potential to become the leading publication within the global ETF busuiness. Congratulations!

It's much appreciated that readers send their individual feedback and/or ideas to "magazine [at] etf-radar.com".

One last thing: Please notice that this magazine does not intend to give recommendations for buying or selling securities.