Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Our favorite holiday is upon us.  No need to make a list and check it twice or wrapping presents late at night, this time we just go to Granny’s and eat, drink and be merry with our loved ones.  We have much to be thankful for this year beginning with you, our users.  Thank you for the time you spend with us, we hope it is well spent.  We are also thankful for the heart of ETF Global and the ultimate reason you come here, our Quant engine.  It is an algorithm that has been telling us to buy China despite the empty cities we can see on YouTube and the political process determined by seven old men behind closed doors.  But somehow Quant knew that China would be the place to allocate your equity investments this autumn and it has been spectacularly correct.  FXI and GXC are up nicely during this otherwise awful 4th quarter for the equity markets.  Europe has also been a frequent subject in this space despite anti austerity riots and politicians that can’t seem to agree on their shared destiny.  The European names that Quant has been suggesting the most this fall have been EWQ of France, EWP of Spain and the pan European FEZ, all three are still positive for the quarter.  When the US gets a cold the emerging markets usually get the flu but as we hear sniffles across our economy and stock market, the emerging markets are humming along just fine.  EEM has been a top Quant ranker all fall and its uptrend from the summer lows is still intact, as is its high ranking at 11th place today.  Indeed, Quant likes to stick with its winners and all the other names mentioned above are currently occupying the top 10 ranks so it’s not too late to get on board.  Whenever you are ready to allocate your equity investments make sure to check the daily Quant rankings, through good markets and bad they have proven to keep you in the best areas of the equity ETF market.  We are also thankful for a day off tomorrow but we’ll be back Friday morning to share Quant’s latest wisdom with you all.  If you have any questions or feedback about anything you see on ETF Global please let us know at, or call your sales rep, we are here to help.  Thank you again for being part of the ETF Global community and have a very happy Thanksgiving!

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