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Friday's Etf Movers: Gdxj, Gxc

January 4, 2014

Components of that ETF showing particular strength include shares of Aurcana (AUN.CA), up about 16.1% and shares of Semafo (SMF.CA), up about 6.3% on the day. And underperforming other ETFs today is the SPDR S&P China ETF (GXC), off about 1.1% in Friday afternoon trading. Among components of that ETF with the weakest showing on Friday were shares of CTRIP.com International (CTRP), lower by about 7%, and shares of 21vianet Group (VNET), lower by about 4.1% on the day.
Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/marketnewsvideo/2014/01/03/fridays-etf-movers-gdxj-gxc/

7 ETFs To Be Excited For In 2014

According the to prospectus, http://www.etftradingsignals.com the healthcare fund will focus on companies that are involved in extending and enhancing the quality of human and other life. These types of companies within the healthcare sector may includemanufacturers and distributors of health care equipment and supplies, owners and operators of health care facilities, health maintenance organizations and managed health care plans, health care providers and issuers that provide services to health care providers . SmartX Nasdaq Quality Dividend Index ETF In itsrecent SEC filing, Guinness Atkinson Asset Management, an issuer known for its actively managed mutual funds focused on alternative energy and Asia, outlined plans for the SmartX Nasdaq Quality Dividend Index ETF. The fund will track theNasdaq Quality Dividend Index, which is comprised of companies that meet a number of requirements regarding cash flow return on invested capital, dividend payment history, and debt-to-equity. The fund will also be equal-weighted, and will offer exposure to a variety of countries including the U.S.,the UK, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, China (including Hong Kong), Canada, and Australia. Isolated U.S. Dividend Growth Index ETF.
Source: http://www.investopedia.com/stock-analysis/etfdatabase/010314/7-etfs-be-excited-2014-pkw.aspx

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

They both have annual expense ratios of 0.85 percent, or $85 for every $10,000 invested. RDVY uses a blend of historical and forward-looking screens intended to measure a companys ability to grow its dividend, along with its share price. It tracks the Nasdaq US Rising Dividend Achievers Index. The fund will have an annual expense ratio of 0.50 percent, or $50 for every $10,000 invested. Filings Emerging Global Advisors has put into registration three new ETFs that will invest short-, intermediate- and long-term emerging market investment-grade bonds at a time when emerging market assets are under pressure from the Federal Reserves initial tapering of its economic stimulus.
Source: http://www.indexuniverse.com/sections/daily-etf-watch/20853-daily-etf-watch-dividend-etfs-to-launch.html

Daily ETF Watch: Dividend ETFs To Launch

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/

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