This weekend brought forth a number of items worth noting.
Sandra Ward has an interview with the increasingly cautious Steve Leuthold.
Lawrence C. Strauss points out that investors need to realize that many of the single country ETFs are particularly concentrated and therefore riskier than some investors might realize.
Erin E. Ardvedlund speaks with ETF expert Gary Gastineau who points out that some indices are more efficient than others.
The new FundAlarm highlights and commentary piece is up.
Pan Kwan and John Authers at the FT.com examine the trend towards commodity ETFs and the risks some unwary investors might be taking with them.
InstitutionalInvestor.com examines the controversy surrounding the registration and launch of the silver ETF.
Paul J. Lim in the New York Times asks the question, how much international equity is too much in a diversified portfolio?
Kit R. Roane in US News and World Report notes the push for hedge funds to make loans on just about anything.
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