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PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 3, 2010
(A Top Pick Oct 15/09. Down 7.6%.) S&P/TSX Energy ETF.
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(A Top Pick Oct 15/09. Down 7.6%.) S&P/TSX Energy ETF.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 3, 2010
(A Top Pick Oct 15/09. Up 3.5%.) Emerging Market ETF.
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(A Top Pick Oct 15/09. Up 3.5%.) Emerging Market ETF.
BUY
BUY
September 3, 2010
1-5 yr Government Bond ETF. Good product. 5 bonds in each of the 5 years, 2 provincial, 2 federal and 1 crown corporation. Yields about 3.7%. If interest rates go up, you don't have a risk of a credit default but there is an interest rate risk.
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1-5 yr Government Bond ETF. Good product. 5 bonds in each of the 5 years, 2 provincial, 2 federal and 1 crown corporation. Yields about 3.7%. If interest rates go up, you don't have a risk of a credit default but there is an interest rate risk.
BUY
BUY
September 3, 2010
NYMEX Oil Bull+ ETF. He remains bullish on oil and prices are at a Buy level. You have to be careful of this one because the multiplier effect. These are short-term trading vehicles for day traders, not for long-term holds.
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NYMEX Oil Bull+ ETF. He remains bullish on oil and prices are at a Buy level. You have to be careful of this one because the multiplier effect. These are short-term trading vehicles for day traders, not for long-term holds.
COMMENT
COMMENT
September 3, 2010
60 Inverse ETF. If he were betting against the market and going into an inverse, this is one he would choose because it is not multiplied.
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HBP 60 Inverse ETF (HIX-T)
September 3, 2010
60 Inverse ETF. If he were betting against the market and going into an inverse, this is one he would choose because it is not multiplied.
COMMENT
COMMENT
September 3, 2010
S&P 500 Inverse ETF. If he were betting against the market and going into an inverse, this is one he would choose because it is not multiplied.
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S&P 500 Inverse ETF. If he were betting against the market and going into an inverse, this is one he would choose because it is not multiplied.
COMMENT
COMMENT
September 3, 2010
“In the money” covered calls versus “out of the money” covered calls? On “out of the money” he first all takes a look at X dividend date to see how much dividend he will collect. Looks to pick up 6%-8% over 6 to 8 months. Normally goes out 6 months. Rarely uses “in the money”.
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Royal Bank (RY-T)
September 3, 2010
“In the money” covered calls versus “out of the money” covered calls? On “out of the money” he first all takes a look at X dividend date to see how much dividend he will collect. Looks to pick up 6%-8% over 6 to 8 months. Normally goes out 6 months. Rarely uses “in the money”.