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A Big Win For Solar Energy ETFs

| April 13, 2015 | 0 Comments
A Big Win For Solar Energy ETFs

Right now, the solar energy ETF from Guggenheim is soaring higher. Subscribers to Sector ETF Trader are now up 44% since I recommending buying Guggenheim Solar ETF $TAN. Why I recommended buying Solar Energy ETFs  I recommended buying TAN in December of 2013. Here’s why… The solar industry went through a painful adjustment period in […]

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3 Red Hot ETFs – XPH, TAN, PNQI

| November 15, 2013 | 0 Comments
3 Red Hot ETFs – XPH, TAN, PNQI

Last week we found out the US economy created 204,000 new jobs in October.  The stronger than expected jobs report has spurred the S&P 500 into high gear.  As a result, the large-cap index is setting new all-time highs on a daily basis. Let’s take a look at three ETFs that are leading the market […]

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2 Energy ETFs Hitting New Highs – TAN, XOP

| October 18, 2013
2 Energy ETFs Hitting New Highs – TAN, XOP

Investors are breathing a collective sigh of relief now that Washington has agreed to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling. And the stock market is once again on the upswing.  The charge is being led higher by many of the same names that were hot before the whole brouhaha broke out in […]

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Hot US Industry ETFs – TAN, BBH, SOCL

| September 7, 2013 | 0 Comments
Hot US Industry ETFs – TAN, BBH, SOCL

Stocks are coming off their worst month since May 2012.  It’s clear that uncertainty about Syria, Fed tapering, and emerging markets have taken the wind out the bull markets’ sails. But some ETFs continue to roll higher.  Let’s take a closer look at the three industry ETFs with the best performance year-to-date.  Guggenheim Solar ETF […]

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Time To Get Back Into Solar?

| February 8, 2013 | 0 Comments
Time To Get Back Into Solar?

Solar stocks endured a brutal bear market from October 2010 through July 2012.  During that time, many solar stocks lost more than 90% of their value. It was a terrifying period of wealth destruction for solar investors to say the least. But it looks like the bear market has finally run its course.  Solar stocks […]

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