If China's economy continues down the road to recovery, there could be a global commodities boom coming next.
Growth is slowing in these two countries but is still well above what investors will find in much of the developed world.
With their collective GDPs, populations and purchasing power poised to climb to new heights, Africa's emerging markets offer tremendous upside at a bargain price.
Big changes in a short amount of time may signal an impending slide in these widely held names.
Spring has been unkind to investors in the past few years. If it brings misery again, these moves could pay off nicely.
The summer months have traditionally been hard on some sectors and asset classes, so now's the time to identify vulnerable ETFs.
Going somewhat unnoticed in the fanfare of the most recent 13F filing season is that HMC still holds investments in about 20 ETFs.
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