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Old 02-08-2007, 03:17 PM   #1
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You're not fully diversified until...

... you buy your first ETFs in carbon-emissions credits, nanotech, healthcare enabling technologies, and, uhm, that red-hot sector country: Belgium.

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Re: You're not fully diversified until...
Old 02-08-2007, 05:43 PM   #2
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Re: You're not fully diversified until...

Holy crap - I just scanned the article and saw HealthCardioDevices ETF - hahahahaha - that is - well, let's just say I work for a very large copmany which buys a large amount of those across the board- I would call it a bit volatile - depends on how well the companies market to us and then how well the administration holds off the MDs for their desire for toys. Actually, we usually insist on some decent clinical research on better outcomes before we bite.

I didn't know you could invest in such niche based vehicles - hmmm - only with the mad money for me...if EVER.
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