Published Mon, 17 Dec 2012 17:57:53 -0500 on Seeking Alpha
The New Year is a fresh start for investors and their approach to the stock market. Analysts are predicting that dividends and international debt will be hot exchange traded fund sectors to add to a portfolio. "While many forecasts for 2013 are tied to the state of the U.S. economy and the likelihood of Congress having resolved the fiscal cliff, S&P Capital IQ believes the ETF industry will continue to gather assets," S&P Capital wrote in a recent note. Exchange traded fund assets are currently at $1.3 trillion, which is up 25% from 2011, Matt Hougan for Index Universe reported. U.S. stock ETFs are still raking in assets amid the recent market uncertainty. Talk of the U.S fiscal cliff has worked in favor for the ETF industry, since these funds have tax advantages over mutual funds, reports Bob Pisani for CNBC. According to Index Universe data, mutual funds... Read more
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