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ProShares ETF links - the big list for Mar 5, 2009

It has been over two months since the last time we presented a links post focused on ProShares ETFs. With markets plunging, the inverse ETFs are certainly prompting a lot of discussion, both pro and con.

As usual, today's list is comprised mostly of posts from Seeking Alpha but we also have some from the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, MarketWatch, TradingMarkets.com, and CNBC. As always, I recommend that you click through to the authors own sites after reading the posts on the Seeking Alpha site.

Thu,
Mar 5
TBT
Street Skids; Jobs Report Looms
Thu,
Mar 5
SKF
AT&T, ProShares UltraShort Financials: Money Flow Leaders (T, SKF)
Thu,
Mar 5
YCL
YCS
Japanese Scandals Inadvertently Intervene to Soften Yen
Thu,
Mar 5
SKF
Citigroup Breaks $1: 'We Need a Bolder Plan' to Fix Banks, Sonders Says
Thu,
Mar 5
SIJ
SKF
TradingMarkets 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Friday
Thu,
Mar 5
SKF
Leveraged inverse ETFs for financials gorge on sell-off
Thu,
Mar 5
SKF
Options Trader: Outlook for a Thrill-Ride Thursday
Thu,
Mar 5
SCO
Crack Spread Calculations Demystified
Thu,
Mar 5
DUG
SMN
SSG
Short Covering and ETFs: Profiting from Materials, Energy, Chip Sectors
Wed,
Mar 4
SDS
CORRECTION: Are ETFs Distorting The Market?
Wed,
Mar 4
SKF
Options Trader: Wednesday Outlook
Wed,
Mar 4
SSO
Where Leverage Will Help You in This Market
Wed,
Mar 4
SRS
Triple A-Rated CMBS and ABS Securities a Good Bet
Tue,
Mar 3
SKF
UYG
Two Financial ETFs to Watch This Week
Tue,
Mar 3
QID
Options Trader: Outlook for TALF Tuesday
Tue,
Mar 3
DOG
DXD
EFU
Portrait of a Bear: Inverse ETFs Rule
Tue,
Mar 3
SSO
Are We Seeing Market Capitulation?
Mon,
Mar 2
UCO
Options Boil on Oil & Gas
Mon,
Mar 2
DXD
EFU
MZZ
PSQ
QID
REW
How to Trade in a Crisis
Mon,
Mar 2
SH
Market Summary: Good Riddance to the Worst February on Record
Mon,
Mar 2
TBT
Where Jim Rogers, Marc Faber and Doug Casey Investing Their Money in This Market?
Mon,
Mar 2
EUO
Will the Euro Survive?
Mon,
Mar 2
DOG
ETF Update: Absolutely Nothing to Love
Sun,
Mar 1
DOG
SDS
SH
Complacency and Lack of Support Highlight Need for Risk Management
Fri,
Feb 27
SDS
Are ETFs Distorting The Market?
Fri,
Feb 27
SRS
S&P Lowers Insurers Ratings, What About Banks' $400B CMBS Losses?

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 presented above.

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