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Do You Speak ETF?

I've been studying the linguistic patterns of ETF-ese, Jim, and there are some real curiosities. For instance, there is no past tense: the words "has," "have" and "in the past" have vanished from the lexicon.

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Do You Speak Hedgie?

Unfortunately, the 6 a.m. blog was NOT on for today, because we were having technical problems with the Web site. But we're on for 6 a.m. in Hawaii maybe.

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A New Boom In Hong Kong

China -- and Chinese ETFs -- are getting a lot more interesting. And that, of course, is saying something.

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5 ETFs I LIKE

There's been a whole lot of press attention on those big bad ETFs that are going to get you. When did we lose sight of the fact that just about ALL ETFs are better than just about ALL actively managed mutual funds?

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One Exchange To Rule Them All

Here's a question for the crowd: What's the fallout of all this exchange merger activity?

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The 6 AM Blog

Today I start a tradition as audacious as the $5 shake from Pulp Fiction: The 6 a.m. Blog. So get your coffee and dig in to a new indexing tradition.

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The Sky --Is-- Falling

That's what everyone says, Jim: That 30% seems a little Chicken Little-ish. But where was everyone in 2005?

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The Real Estate Crisis

30, 40, 50% drops sound a bit chicken littleish to me, but I do think that real estate is primed for more fall - particularly if the economy softens.