Shipping Etf Looks For More Upside

The ETFs largest holding is Denmarks A.P. Moller Maersk, which operates across multiple businesses, not just shipping. The company had $59 billion in revenue in 2012. SEA is etf double short dow also home to Teekay LNG Partners ( TGP ), a shipper of liquefied natural gas, and Teekay LNG Partners ( TOO ), a provider of offshore oil storage services. The average dividend yield on those stocks is 6.4%. Guggenheim Shipping ETF SEA ETF Trends editorial team contributed to this post.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shipping-etf-looks-more-upside-110008250.html

2014 ETF Income Investing Ideas: Part 2 – Dividend Equities

The fund will feature exposure to 15 developed countries, including Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Israel, Japan, Australia, and Singapore . Market Vectors All China ETF Van Eckfiled regulatory paperwork with the SEC for permission tocreate a passively managed equity ETF that would hold every kind of share class of Chinese companies. Ark Genomics Revolution ETF The Los Angeles-basedArk Investment Management LLC is hoping to make its debut in the ETF world with the launch of several unique ETFs, one of which is the Genomics Revolution ETF. The ETF will primarily invest indomestic and foreign equity securities of companies that are expected to benefit from the development of new products or services, technological improvements and advancements in scientific research that are relevant to the theme of genomics.
Source: http://www.investopedia.com/stock-analysis/etfdatabase/010314/7-etfs-be-excited-2014-pkw.aspx

ETF Income Investing for 2014, Part 1: Bonds

It is, I am reliably told, a BIG THING! My guess is that within a year, no self-respecting ETF issuer will be caught dead in public without a China A-shares product up their sleeve! China A-shares ETFs: the next big thing? Why should we care as investors? In simple terms, we shouldnt!
Source: http://www.etfstrategy.co.uk/china-etfs-whats-your-a-shares-strategy-like-by-david-stevenson-81256/

China ETFs: What’s your A-shares strategy like?

The stock recently traded at $26.70, near the bottom of a 52-week range of $26.64 – $37.80. Financial Select Financial Sector SPDRs (XLF) is unchanged after closing lower. Direxion Daily Financial Bull 3X shares (FAS) is up 0.2%. Its bearish counterpart, FAZ, is leaning into the red. Among financial stocks, Main Street Capital (MAIN) says it expects its Q4 distributable net investment income to exceed its previously declared regular monthly dividend per share of $0.48 and its investment income guidance of between $0.54 and $0.55 a share, helped by investments in its middle-market portfolio and a diversified debt portfolio. The company also said it will boost its dividend at least once next year.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/etf-preview-broad-market-etfs-edge-higher-gold-silver-funds-active-prebell-cm315658

7 ETFs To Be Excited For In 2014

While this fund is not categorically implementing a dividend index, it is focused on sectors such as utilities and consumer staples that have historically been strong cash generators. The current yield on SPLV is 2.49% and its income is paid monthly, which can be an attractive feature. Conclusions While no one knows what the ultimate outcome for 2014 will be, I am optimistic that the current rally will extend itself higher. There will most likely be some unexpected bumps along the way, but by using price to your advantage you can leg into some of these opportunities on a pullback to enhance your chances for success. Starting with small positions and averaging into them over time is also an effective strategy for increasing your equity exposure.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/2014-etf-income-investing-ideas-part-2-dividend-equities-cm315676

ETF Preview: Broad Market ETFs Edge Higher; Gold Silver Funds Active Pre-Bell

Rather, hold them strategically, with the knowledge that there may be speed bumps along the way to your investment goals. These are my thoughts on opportunities and risk in bonds over the next 12 months. Most investors perceive rising interest rates to be the biggest risk to bond holders over the next year. And there are a number of ways that ETF investors can combat rising rates.
Source: http://www.thestreet.com/story/12189754/1/etf-income-investing-for-2014-part-1-bonds.html

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