NEW YORK, Sept. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Standard & Poor's Equity Research will hold a complimentary ETF webinar on September 14, 2011 from 4:15 to 5:15 pm EDT, the second session in the ETF Analyst Hour series.
The webinar entitled Optimizing Your ETF Strategy: At Home and Abroad will consist of three modules featuring senior S&P ETF analysts.
- ETFs by the Numbers: Todd Rosenbluth will discuss new ETFs launched in 2011
- Country ETFs Serve as Sector Double Agents: Ken Leon will discuss how country ETFs can be used in a tactical investment plan
- Consumer Staples ETFs: Food for Thought: Tom Graves will discuss the defensive appeal of consumer staples ETFs in a choppy market
Please click on the following link to register for the Webinar: http://ow.ly/6pdoo
If you experience any difficulty while registering for this event, please contact Marc Eiger at 212-438-1280, or via e-mail to email@example.com.
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