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ProShares - this week's link list

As I strive to be the prime source for information and commentary on the ProShares family of ETFs, I thought I should widen the net to pull in blog posts from other financial writers.

This post is the first to contain a list of links, a "linkfest" as Barry Ritholtz would say. To my surprise, it is a little more difficult than I expected to find posts on the ProShares ETFs.

The following list is comprised of posts that appeared on Seeking Alpha over the course of the last week or so:

Stock Markets Nearing Important Bottom
Aggresive Investors Should Ante Up with ProShares Ultra Financial ETF
ETF Update: Focus on Health
Five Strategies to Survive the Markets
Short Oil as a Long Investment
Protecting Your Wealth and Profit During the 2008 Crash
Notes on a Schizophrenic Market Week
ETF Pick of the Week: ProShares UltraShort Oil &Gas
Why It's Time to Invest in Domestic Banks
June Best Month for Short Selling in 7 Years
The S&P 500 Hits the 1200 Target. Now What?
Why Is Large-Cap Value Underperforming?
Chinese Monetary Policy: U.S. Treasury's Best Friend?
A U.S./China Comparison
Calling Today A Short-Term Bottom for Financials
Is This Financial Armageddon or the Greatest Buying Opportunity Since 2002?
Dow's Next Move: A Technical and Fundamental Look
Sharp Short Covering Rally Due During Options Expiration
ETF Update: Time for Biotech?
US Economy Still Has a Ways to Go
Can the Dow and S&P Last 15 Rounds?
ProShares' Financial ETFs vs. Real Estate ETFs - Which Should You Own?

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. 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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