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As of Thu 12/19/2013 05:46 PM EST | USD
The chart that's scaring Wall Street
Although many risks remain, this European equity ETF offers investors a good way to profit if a recovery gains traction.
Equity ETFs are on track for a record year of inflows, while fixed-income ETF investors are rotating to shorter-duration funds.
Maybe not, as austerity measures, bank deleveraging, and potential political instability create a challenging operating environment in the near and medium term.
Large-cap U.K. stocks have good exposure to faster-growing emerging markets, have a defensive tilt, and are trading at attractive valuations.
European hope springs eternal, but the problems there are far from solved.
Greece, Portugal, and euro woes may tempt contrarians, but issues abound.
Cost-conscious investors can use ETFs to implement themes similar to those of smart, well-respected active mutual fund managers.
Jason Huntley is the CIO of Mars Hill Partners, LLC, and the Portfolio Manager of the AdvisorShares Mars Hill Global Relative Value ETF (NYSE: GRV)