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ProShares ETF Links - the list for Oct, 30, 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 mostly 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, Oct 30DXD
Options Trader: Thursday Outlook at Seeking Alpha
Thu, Oct 30DIG
Really Diggin' DIG at Seeking Alpha
Wed, Oct 29SKF
Three Areas of Opportunity for the Bold at Seeking Alpha
Wed, Oct 29FXP
Options Trader: Wednesday Outlook at Seeking Alpha
Wed, Oct 29SKF
Can Capital Expansion and Fed Action Co-exist? at Seeking Alpha
Tue, Oct 28TBT
Markets/Irrational/Longer/Solvent at Seeking Alpha
Mon, Oct 27USD
Six Months, 17 Metrics: A Week by Week View at Seeking Alpha
Mon, Oct 27SSO
The Power of the RSI at Seeking Alpha
Sun, Oct 26SSO
Leveraged ETFs: Not For Long Term Investors at Seeking Alpha
Fri, Oct 24DUG
OPEC's Cuts Can't Fight Global Recession Headwinds at Seeking Alpha
Fri, Oct 24DXD
Options Trader: Freaky Friday Outlook at Seeking Alpha
Fri, Oct 24DXD
How to Construct a Deflation Proof Portfolio at Seeking Alpha
Fri, Oct 24SDS
Extreme Stock Market Volatility Equals Derivative Market Mayhem at Seeking Alpha
Thu, Oct 23QID
Market Perspective: the Long and Short of It at Seeking Alpha
Wed, Oct 22QID
Options Trader: Wild Wednesday Outlook at Seeking Alpha
Tue, Oct 21QLD
Technology: Have We Hit a Bottom? at Seeking Alpha
Tue, Oct 21MZZ
Making a Move from Worried Bear to Cautious Bull at Seeking Alpha
Mon, Oct 20DOG
ETF Update: Playable for a Rebound? at Seeking Alpha
Sun, Oct 19DIG
Why Oil And Gold Are Headed Much Higher at Seeking Alpha
Sat, Oct 18SRS
Watching the Malls: As Goes Retail, So Go Communities Across America at Seeking Alpha
Fri, Oct 17EFZ
Bonds, Baseball King at The Wall Street Journal Online

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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