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ProShares Links - the list for 9-11-2008

Today we have another list of links to posts by other bloggers that are writing about ProShares ETFs. As usual, 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, Sep 11EUMEmerging Market ETFs Experience Major Outflows
Thu, Sep 11SDKCummings and Donaldson: Sharply Falling Growth Stocks
Thu, Sep 11UCC,UGEWill the Energy Exodus Fuel a Consumer Stock Frenzy?
Wed, Sep 10USDDesjardins Analyst: Be Wary of Hiding in U.S. Dollars or Treasuries
Tue, Sep 9SKF,UYGMonday's Top Traded Equities: XLF Sandwiched Between Fannie and Freddie
Mon, Sep 8QLD,SSO,
USD,UWM
Making Cents of this Bear Market
Mon, Sep 8SKFOptions Trader Monday Outlook: What a Way To Start the Week
Mon, Sep 8SDSElection Speculation: Steaks and Strip Joints
Mon, Sep 8SEF,SKFShort Financial ETFs: Watch Out for the Fannie/Freddie Effect
Sun, Sep7SDSRoyalty Trusts: Maintaining Income in a Volatile Market
Fri, Sep 5EEVFriday Outlook: Commodities, Emerging Markets
Fri, Sep 5SDSWill the July Lows Hold?
Thu, Sep 4REWETFs That Help You Sleep Better at Night
Wed, Sep 3QIDCredit Cards and Exchanges: The Only Safe Ways to Play the Financial
Wed, Sep 3TWMIs the Market Rolling Over?
Wed, Sep 3PSTResponding to an Irrational Market
Tue, Sep 2UYGIronies in the Financials
Mon, Sep 1SRSPlaying the Market as Delinquencies Continue to Rise
Sun, Aug 31DIG,DUGObama's Green Promise
Fri, Aug 29DXD,EFU25 ETFs That Actually Are Making Money

In order to go beyond what Seeking Alpha has to offer, I am also 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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