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ProShares Links - this week's list, 8-6-2008

It's been a few weeks since the last time I published a list of links to posts by other bloggers that are writing about ProShares ETFs. I have accumulated a good list now, most from Seeking Alpha and one from Barron's Online.

Wed, Aug 6QLDAugust Market in Store for a Bounce
Tue, Aug 5UYGEnergy May Not Be the Top Performing Industry
Tue, Aug 5MZZTuesday Outlook: Fed Day
Mon, Aug 4SDSWas That a Bottom? Let's Get Real
Mon, Aug 4SDPTime to Short the Utilities
Fri, Aug 1SKF, UYGThanks, Chris! Love, ProShares
Thu, Jul 31DIG, DUGMost Overbought and Oversold ETFs
Thu, Jul 31PST, TBTSearching for the Best Bond ETF
Thu, Jul 31DDM, DIGETF Update: Leveraged and Inverse ETFs, Short ETFs, Microcaps
Thu, Jul 31DIG, DUG, QIDBank Stocks: Another Day Through The Looking Glass
Wed, Jul 30SSO, UYGOptions Trader: Wednesday Outlook
Tue, Jul 29SSODouble Longs: An Equity Idea in a 6% World?
Sun, Jul 27DUGWhy I'm Not Buying Oil's Recent 'Correction'
Sun, Jul 27USDNo Quick Recovery for Stock Markets
Sun, Jul 27SRS, SRO, SSOIs the Structural Bear Market Nearing Its End?
Fri, Jul 25PSTIn a Vulnerable Bond Market, Two ProShares ETFs To Play
Thu, Jul 24SRS, UREWhy the Housing Bill Won't Help the Housing Market
Thu, Jul 24SRS, UREThe Nature of a Crowded Trade: This Time It's Housing
Thu, Jul 24SDS, SKFBust, Bail, Repeat: The U.S. Enters into an Ever-Worsening Cycle
Thu, Jul 24QIDOn Oil, Gold and Flying Pigs
Wed, Jul 23SKFBanks, Airlines: One Extreme, Then Another; Decent Q From Hershey?; Frothy Bud
Wed, Jul 23EWVShould Japan Investors Welcome the Return of Inflation?
Tue, Jul 22DOG, SDSThe Prudent Bear Fund is a Joke....

In order to go beyond what Seeking Alpha has to offer, I am providing this link to the Google "Search Blogs" feature that will return any blog post that includes the symbol for one of the ProShares ETFs that was written in the last month. Bookmark this post and come back to use this link at any time. There may be some overlap with the content from Seeking Alpha.

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Here’s our market view on American stock market for 10th October, 2008

The stock market has collapsed - since Sept. 19 the DJIA is down 25% and the S&P 500 is down 28% and down 42% from a year ago.

How can this happen so quickly and so dramatically when so many good things have occurred? Oil is down to $82 a barrel; interest rates are very low; the dollar is up; valuation levels are extremely attractive among many blue chip stocks.

What's the real problem? The problem that is killing the stock market is a lack of hope about the future.

Hope springs from optimism that is based on facts and history. Look at the history of America and really all of mankind. Life is full of setbacks and problems - that's just the deal. But this too shall pass, as all scary periods have.

Doomsayers have been around forever and their batting average is zero. Buying stock is based on hope - hope for the future. If one doesn't have hope, they shouldn't be in this business.

So what is the best service we, as professionals, can provide for our clients?

First, discuss the fact that we are dealing with serious problems but it is not at all like 1929. The Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department are doing many things to restore confidence in the financial system. There is global coordination in attacking the problem, which is lack of confidence.

Tell your clients to look at history of our great nation and what has happened since 1776 when we faced very serious problems. The stock market actually rose steadily about six months after Pearl Harbor and until the end of WWII even though the outcome was not at all clear for several years.

No one knows when the stock market will bottom and a new bull will commence. We do know that stocks and mutual funds offer the best values we have seen since Black Monday, Oct. 19, 1987.

Almost all Americans have hope about the future of our nation, but they need help to control their normal fears.

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