News about <![CDATA[PALL]]> News about en-us <![CDATA[Platinum Metals ETFs Mean Business]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Industrial Metals ETFs Capture Investor Interest]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Palladium ETF Reaching 3-Year High on Sanctions Against Russia]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Turning Sentiment Lifts Commodities ETFs]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Fundamentals Support Palladium, Platinum ETFs]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Palladium, Silver ETFs Gain Investor Favor]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Palladium ETFs Remain in Focus on Global Headlines]]> ]]> <![CDATA[New Metals-Backed ETFs Help Push Palladium Prices to $800]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Absa Capital to Launch South-Africa-Listed Palladium ETF]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Palladium ETF Finds Favorable Catalysts]]> ]]> <![CDATA[February Contango Report: Precious Metals and Softs]]> Contango is the process by which near month futures are cheaper than those expiring further into the future, creating an upward sloping curve for future prices over time. It usually stems from the cost of storing commodities prior to their sale, though a futures curve can also reflect market expectations of where a commodity is heading. Though contango often comes handcuffed to negative connotations, it typically is not a problem for traders and investors who are aware of it [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. See the full story here

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<![CDATA[Some Investors Favoring Cyclical Metals]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Here Come Higher Platinum Prices]]> ]]> <![CDATA[A Breakout Looms for Palladium]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Commodity ETP Assets Decline Most on Record in 2013]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Contango Report: Precious Metals Sloping Up for 2014]]> As we kick off the New Year, commodity investors are hoping that 2014 brings more favorable returns than its predecessor. Last year was largely marked by dwindling commodity returns with a number of hard assets wreaking havoc on investors and traders across the board. Gearing up for 2014, we take a look at some of the biggest commodities currently contangoed to help you get prepared for the new year [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. See the full story here

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<![CDATA[Looking Back at Our Rapid Fire ETF Ideas for 2013]]> Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com.

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<![CDATA[Constructing Asset Allocation Portfolios From Schwab Commission Free ETFs]]> schwab_etfsSchwab initially only made its own ETFs commission free for clients in Schwab accounts. It has since dramatically expanded its offerings to 105 ETFs. These funds enable participants to gain exposure to 6 major assets: US Equity, Commodity, Foreign Equity, Emerging Market Equity, REITs, Fixed Income. The latest ETFs:  Asset Class Ticker Name Global Real Estate [...]]]> <![CDATA[ETF Securities: Gold Revisits $1,200 as Data Raises Tapering Risks]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Palladium ETF Poised for More Upside]]> ]]> <![CDATA[ETF Securities Commodity Outlook 2014]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Enthusiasm Lacking for Commodities ETFs Heading Into 2014]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Gold ETFs Finally See Inflows]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Favorable Conditions Could Help Palladium ETF Shine]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Supply Shortages Could Boost Palladium, Platinum ETFs]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Schwab Commission Free ETFs]]> schwab_commission_free_ETFs_102013Schwab has introduced ultra low cost ETFs to compete against Vanguard. These ETFs can be also traded commission free in a Schwab brokerage account. However, unlike Vanguard, Schwab includes other brand ETFs in its commission free ETF line ups. There are totally 105 ETFs in the commission free list. We use these funds to construct an investment plan called [...]]]> <![CDATA[ETF Securities: Palladium Benefits From Rising Chinese Auto Demand]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Earnings Expectations For The Week Of August 26]]> Quarterly reports from Tiffany & Co. (NYSE: TIF) and Campbell Soup (NYSE: CPB) will highlight an otherwise pretty quiet week on the earnings front as the quarter winds down.

Here is a quick look at expectations from those two reports, as well as those from Salesforce.com

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<![CDATA[ETFs to Watch August 9, 2013 (EMB, PALL, UDN)]]> Here is the ETF Professor's ETF Watch List for Friday, August 9, 2013.

Keep an eye on the iShares MSCI Italy ETF (NYSE: EWI).

Give the ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSE: PALL) a look.

The Global X Silver Miners ETF (NYSE: SIL) will certainly be in play.

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<![CDATA[Palladium ETF Smacking GLD Around]]> Put simply, it has been a dreadful year for gold bulls as the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE: GLD) has slid 22.4 percent. The iShares Silver Trust (NYSE: SLV) has been worse. Much worse, actually, with a year-to-date loss of 35.3 percent.

This is how bad things have

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<![CDATA[Higher Car Sales Could Boost Palladium ETF]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Fed Tapering Puts Precious Metals In A Pickle]]> As the decade opened, precious metals (namely gold) were among the most popular commodities for long-term investors. Many had grown comfortable with the commodities as safe haven assets that would help to protect their portfolios from inflation and any unforeseen market dips. But Ben Bernanke may have let the air out of the precious metals world when he announced that the Fed would begin tapering its bond purchasing late this year or in early 2014 [for more precious metals news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].
See the full story here

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<![CDATA[Shine returns to platinum and palladium]]> <![CDATA[‘ETF revolution’ in gold bloodies investors]]> <![CDATA[Gold's Slide Hurting These Country ETFs]]> Gold's foray deep into bear market territory Monday is claiming a predictable batch of victims, namely popular ETFs such as the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE: GLD) and the iShares Gold Trust (NYSE: IAU).

Of course, the miners and the relevant ETFs are getting in on the

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<![CDATA[Institutional Investors Take an Interest in Palladium ETF]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Contango Report: Commodities Facing Uphill Curves]]> Contango is a natural phenomenon in the world of commodity futures. Some view it as an evil that plagues the space, but in reality it is just another pattern that traders can profit from. Contango, simply put, is the process by which futures contracts get more expensive as the maturity dates get further out from spot. While this can hurt a long-term position, savvy traders can use this uphill curve to their advantage. Below, we outline several commodities exhibiting contango to help you make the best trading decisions for your portfolio [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. See the full story here

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<![CDATA[Daily ETF Roundup: Dow Closes At All-time High]]> Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com.

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<![CDATA[Why Platinum and Palladium ETFs are Breaking Out]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Lower Platinum Supply, Higher Prices in Store]]> DailyFinance.com: The price of platinum is expected to average about $1,770 an ounce in 2013, its highest price since 2011. The price spike is due almost entirely to the closure of several mines in South Africa, the supplier of 75% of the world's stock of the white ... Read more]]> <![CDATA[As Mining ETFs Wilt, This One Stands Tall]]> Following glum performances in 2012, gold mining stocks and the corresponding ETFs are up to more of the same in early 2013.

A common criticism of gold mining equities and ETFs has been that the miners have not been, at least not in recent memory, participating in the upside of

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<![CDATA[Surprises Among EM ETFs, Commodities in 2013]]> Not even full month into the new year and an arguably surprising theme has been seen with emerging markets ETFs that track nations viewed as raw materials plays. The theme being that some of these ETFs have shown little correlation to price action in the commodities traders view the

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<![CDATA[3 Basket ETFs Your Broker Forgot to Mention]]> Equity-based ETFs can be described as baskets of various stocks. Whether it is a broader market domestic fund, a sector ETF or an emerging markets equities play, the basket approach is used over and over again in the exchange-traded products universe.

Noteworthy is the fact that as the exchange-traded products

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<![CDATA[ETFs to Watch January 17, 2013 (FDN, FXY, PALL)]]> Here is the ETF Professor's ETF Watch List for Thursday January 17, 2013.

The iShares Dow Jones US Telecom Index Fund (NYSE: IYZ) should be in play.

Earnings play: Market Vectors Semiconductor ETF (NYSE: SMH).

Give the First Trust Dow Jones Internet Index Fund (NYSE: FDN) a

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<![CDATA[Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa: CIVETS' 2013 Outlook]]> As measured by the relevant ETFs, 2012 was a good year for the CIVETS nations – the combination of Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa. At the ETF level, only Indonesia can be considered a true 2012 laggard, but some of the other CIVETS constituents offered pleasant surprises

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<![CDATA[Palladium ETFs: 2013 Outlook]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Contango Report: Precious Metals, Natural Gas, Wheat]]> Contango for commodity traders is as inevitable a phenomenon as taxes; eventually you will come face-to-face with an upward sloping futures curve. In many cases, this simply presents an opportunity to make a play on the respective asset or possibly to re-position current holdings. Contango is most often caused by the storage costs associated with keeping large quantities of commodities in a designated area for a period of time, but it can also reflect market expectations of how a commodity’s price will move. Below, we outline several commodities currently exhibiting contango [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. See the full story here

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<![CDATA[ETFs to Watch January 8, 2013 (BOND, PALL, QID)]]> Here is the ETF Professor's ETF Watch List for Tuesday January 8, 2013.

The PowerShares S&P 500 Low Volatility ETF (NYSE: SPLV) might be worth a look here.

Index play of the day: ProShares UltraShort QQQ (NYSE: QID).

Commodities play of the day: ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSE:

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<![CDATA[Why Palladium May Be This Year’s Gold]]> Precious metals are rare, naturally occurring elements with a high economic value. Gold and silver derive their value from this historical use as coinage, but others like palladium have the dual benefit of being rare and useful in commercial applications. Even better, many of these applications are projected to rapidly grow, resulting in higher demand [for more palladium news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. See the full story here

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