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Stock Market Fast Swings from - January 7, 2010

Welcome to the January 7, 2010 edition of Stock Market Fast Swings from This time we have a really good set of articles and too many to mention in the introduction here. Alisha Harmann has a nice guide to Emerging Market Bond ETF. Jim presents ideals on Dividend Stocks and where they fit for you. If you are like most traders today you are well aware of Leveraged ETFs, Zach Scheidt has a great article on them for you. Darwin isn't interested in the Dogs of the Dow anymore. And finally Tim Smith has a really good tutorial on swing trading that everyone should read. Thanks for stopping by and spread the word about our carnival when you get a chance. presents Purchasing Stock Directly posted at Trading Stocks.

Alisha Harmann presents Definitive Guide To Emerging Market Bond ETF Investing posted at ETFdb.

Diane Steward presents The Definitive Guide To Cotton ETF Investing posted at ETFdb.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents TradeKing Review: How Does TradeKing Measure Up? posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"

The Smarter Wallet presents HSBC Direct Review: Top Savings Account posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "A review on a top savings account."

Tabitha Mcivers presents Definitive Guide To Water ETFs posted at ETFdb.

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jim presents Where Dividend Stocks Fit in Your Portfolio posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

20smoney presents Is Iraq The Next Major Emerging Market? Iraq ETF Coming? posted at 20s Money, saying, "Analyzing the potential for Iraq as an emerging market down the road."

jim presents Buying the Dividend and Dividend Dates posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

Zach Scheidt presents Leveraged ETFs – Meet Leveraged Mutual Funds posted at ZachStocks, saying, "Leveraged ETFs are an excellent tool for offsetting daily market exposure, but for longer-term investors the leveraged mutual funds may offer a better solution."


Tim Smith presents Jim Cramer?s Getting Back to Even Book Review posted at SpecInvestor.


Darwin presents Dogs of the Dow Stock Trade is Dead – Don’t Fall for the Hype posted at Darwin's Finance, saying, "Beware the fabled "Dogs of the Dow" lore that claims there's an easy way to beat the market by buying the highest yielding stocks in the Dow. It no longer works - here's why."

NetBiz presents How To Find Hot Stocks To Watch And Make Money In The Stock Market posted at Your Finish Rich Plan.

JJF presents Tips On How To Make Money In The Stock Market posted at Stocks Set To Explode.


Mike Piper presents How to Rollover Your 401k into a Roth IRA posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "If you've left your job, it's possible to roll your old 401k directly into a Roth IRA--basically a rollover plus Roth conversion in one step."

Joanne presents Stock Market Basics: Buying & Selling Stocks posted at Stock Market Basics.

Jae Jun presents How to create online investment tracking spreadsheet posted at Old School Value, saying, "Use this free stock tracking spreadsheet or learn how to create your own dynamic online portfolio tracking spreadsheet that is always up to date. You can now view it anywhere, anytime."

Tim Smith presents Methods And Indicators Used When Looking For A Swing Trade posted at SpecInvestor.

Jeff Williamson presents Beginners Guide To Investing Online posted at Investing Online for Beginners.

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