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Home > News > Ten ETF Trends To Expect In 2007

January 5th, 2007

Ten ETF Trends To Expect In 2007

Abstract:
The next big gold rush.

More specialized commodity ETFs are on their way. There's enormous pent-up demand for an increased selection of commodities and natural resources ETFs. The new offerings in this arena will make it even easier for investors to participate. Tradable gold products—including gold trusts and gold bullion—are on the list of expanded offerings. And, an increased supply of oil, metals, currency, energy and water will make investments in commodities sector more mainstream for investors. Big players have given us some very credible benchmarks for smart commodities and natural resources investing. And even CalPERS—the world's largest pension fund—has moved into commodities ETFs. What's more? We're seeing even more specialized sectors move into the arena, as well. Can you say "nanotechnology"? ETF investors can learn all about it.

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