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ETFs To Watch November 19, 2009 (TUR, UNG, KOL, IYG, SEA)


Here is the ETF Professor's ETF Watchlist for Thursday November 19, 2009.

Let's try an interesting emerging markets play that has been getting hammered recently. The iShares MSCI Turkey Investable Market Index Fund ETF (NYSE: TUR) is down 10% in the past month.

The ETF Professor continues to like the way things are shaping in the coal sector and that's why he's recommending the Market Vectors Coal ETF (NYSE: KOL) again.

The iShares MSCI Taiwan Index (NYSE: EWT) was home to some bearish options trade on Wednesday, so watch it on Thursday.

While the Professor knows he mentioned this one yesterday, the bullish moves among dry bulk shippers are too much to ignore, so put the Claymore/Delta Global Shipping ETF (NYSE: SEA) on your watchlist again.

The United States Natural Gas Fund (NYSE: UNG) continues to get hammered by the bears. UNG is always in play.

The UltraShort Real Estate ProShares (NYSE: SRS) was down nearly 4% on Wednesday, making it worth looking at on Thursday.

If you're in the mood for a dividend trade, try the WisdomTree LargeCap Dividend ETF (NYSE: DLN).

Tired of being bullish on gold? Try the DB Gold Double Short ETN (NYSE: DZZ). Just to be clear, the Professor is NOT bearish on gold.

Financials were fairly strong on Wednesday, so let's watch the iShares Dow Jones US Financial Services ETF (NYSE: IYG) on Thursday.

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