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ProShares Links - the list for 8-28-2008

It's time for another list of links to posts by other bloggers that are writing about ProShares ETFs. This week's list is comprised of posts from Seeking Alpha. I recommend that you click through to the authors own sites after reading these posts on the Seeking Alpha site.

Thu, Aug 28 SKF Mortgage Fraud Is on the Rise, Infecting the GSEs
Thu, Aug 28 DOG, PSQ, SH An Investor's Guide to Bear Markets
Thu, Aug 28 EFZ EFZ: Portfolio Hedge with Risks
Wed, Aug 27 SH Getting Centered
Sun, Aug 24 FXP Shanghai's Own Stock Market Rules
Sun, Aug 24 SKF Lax Underwriting , Foreclosures, and Credit Crunch Stimulate Misery Industries
Sun, Aug 24 SKF Big Ben's Jackson Hole, Wyoming Pep Rally
Sun, Aug 24 DUG, DXD, EEV, EFU, EWV, FXP, MZZ Double Short ProShares ETFs
Fri, Aug 22 EEV, EWV, FXP, SCC, SDP, SJH Double Short ProShares ETFs: Volatility Goes Both Ways
Fri, Aug 22 SRS Freddie and Fannie: Living in the Past
Fri, Aug 22 SCC, SSG Will UltraShort ETFs Experience Whiplash Again?
Thu, Aug 21 SEF The Twin I-Beams of Investment Success
Wed, Aug 20 SSO How Private Equity Funds Manage Such Big Returns
Wed, Aug 20 SH High Yield Credit Spreads at Post Bear Stearns High
Wed, Aug 20 TBT How About This for a Hedge Combo: TBT and TLT
Wed, Aug 20 SCC, SZK, UCC, UGE Consumer Discretionary ETFs: How They Differ
Wed, Aug 20 SDS, UWM ETFs on the Outperformance of Two Securities
Tue, Aug 19 DIG Time To Gradually Reaccumulate Energy Stocks - And Gold
Tue, Aug 19 EFZ The Georgian Crisis: Impact on ETFs?


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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