ETF Insider: Asia Pacific Country Fund Looks Ripe For Rebound, Gold Offers A Hedge

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U.S. markets are on the move again as merger and acquisition news are spurring buying euphoria even after last week’s stellar run-up. Stocks are off to a strong start this week as news of Yahoo! buying blogging giant Tumblr is helping to keep confidence levels afloat while a clear data front in the first half of the week is further helping to keep profit taking pressures at bay [see also How To Take Profits And Cut Losses When Trading ETFs].

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Below we outline two new actionable ideas that stand to benefit from a potential rebound in overseas markets:

Actionable ETF Ideas: 

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