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ETF Radar Magazine, Issue April 2011 is available now!

Apr. 05, 2011 12:44 PM ETXLE, BKLN, ITLY
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Martin is Charterted Alternative Investment Analyst and Wealth Management Executive with more than 20 years market experience. He was responsible in senior positions for several asset management projects (JPMorganChase/State Street Bank & Trust/PIMCO). He published the first global exchange traded funds magazine ("ETF Radar Magazine") and has become a well-regarded financial markets expert, advisor, publisher and speaker. Born and raised in Bavaria, today Martin is a frequent traveller between Switzerland and the US (Naples/FL and Charlotte/NC).

This issue include the following contents:


Industry Highlights
Commodities Round-Up
Top20 Global Index Provider
Upcoming Events
Number Cruncher
Broker Update


S&P 500 Sector Map
Stoxx 600 Sector Map
Tactical Portfolio Update
ETF of the Month


7 Must See Emerging Market ETFs


Middle East


Sal Gilbertie, Teucrium Trading
Chris Hofmann, UniCredit Bank


Assets under Management
Change in ADV
Change in AuM

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