Bruno del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, discusses the logic behind his firm’s recent decision to offer ETFs for Argentina and Greece.
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Bruno del Ama: By launching the [Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF (NYSEMKT: GREK)], we knew we would be taking an enormous reputational risk, and be clobbered by the press, who would be asking, “What in the world are these guys doing more »
In a previous article I discussed three consumer stocks that have become attractive buys after recent correction It is also interesting to look at consumer stocks that are seeing solid upward momentum. The following are three consumer stocks that have significantly outperformed the markets in last one month and still provide good buying opportunity. Against the S&P 500’s 2% decline, these stocks have gained anywhere between 5% to more »
While sodas already have a bad rep with health enthusiasts for contributing to excess body fat, some brands may also become unpopular to investors for not making their pocketbooks fat enough. The new soda regulations that will affect the financial applications of manufacturers was not joyfully received by major soda companies like Pepsi (NYSE: PEP), Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) and Dr. Pepper Snapple (NYSE: DPS). Considering the declining sales these more »
Investing in The Coca-Cola Company has been a great investment during almost any period of time. At only a few dollars off its all-time high set in 1998, The Coca-Cola Company has been a terrific investment for nearly every person who has invested in the company for the long-term. In just its relative modern history, shares of The Coca-Cola Company are up almost 700% since 1990 (and that’s not including 22-years’ worth of dividend checks).