Greg Newton at NakedShorts notes the imminent launch of double-inverse ETFs from ProShares.
Roger Nusbaum at TheStreet.com looks at one of the new foreign dividend focused ETFs from WisdomTree Investments.
Ticker Sense has their cool, second quarter global returns map.
Dan Culloton at Morningstar.com on ETFs new cousins, ETNs (exchange traded notes).
Has DealBook identified the peak in private equity fundraising cycle?
John Carney at DealBreaker.com has mixed emotions towards the middling performance of the hedge fund averages.
Joe Weisenthal at DealBreaker.com (last item) looks at currency diversification and the “slam dunk case” for a weaker dollar.
Marc Hogan at BusinessWeek.com thinks calls for a bottom in the bond market is not necessarily here.
Controlled Greed notes the re-opening of an international equity fund by a prominent value fund manager.
Barry Ritholtz switches things up and looks at the bullish case for stocks.
Christopher Davis at Morningstar.com with some mainstream advice on how to inflation-proof your portfolio.
James Picerno at the Capital Spectator on the difficulty investors have, even when they are armed with the right information, in making intelligent investment decisions.
Andrew Feinberg at Kiplinger’s on how reading certain investment books can lead to investor “self-knowledge.”
Always interesting to learn something new, GDP linked-bonds via Economists’s View.
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