March 29, 2011 at 09:00 AM EDT
Three Alternative Energy ETFs To Watch As Japan Drama Plays Out
The massive earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan earlier this month have dominated the headlines in recent weeks, as the fallout from the natural disaster continues and efforts to rebuild the country figure to take years to complete. The humanitarian crisis in Japan has been one of the most devastating in recent history; several thousand are dead, hundreds of thousands are homeless and no end is in sight for many of the hardest-hit in the island nation. Coupled with this element of the disaster are intensifying concerns about an environmental catastrophe, as a number of setbacks in managing the damaged nuclear plant have resulted in traces of radiation in Tokyo tap water and worries about the safety of a wide variety of Japanese products. Joining the humanitarian and environmental crises is an economic catastrophe; the Japanese economy was struggling to gain traction prior to the quake, and though the area [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Ten Worst Performing ETFs Of 2010 Earth Day Special: Definitive Guide To Clean Energy ETFs Ten Of The Worst Performing ETFs Of The First Quarter This Week In ETFs: December 11th Edition Friday The 13th Special: Three Unlucky ETFs
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