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27Mar07

[Metals and Mining] SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF
    Easy access to the high growth sector of metals and mining

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[Alpha Generation] Pure Alpha Certificate
    How the certificates underlying fund identifies, isolates and generates alpha

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[Behavioural Finance] Expertise on investing in "falling knives"
    Björn Englund shares his experiences on catching “ falling knives” (investing in out of favour S&P stocks) using behavioural finance insights

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30Jan07

[Timberland] Tim Corriero Q & A
    Tax benefits accrued could be an add on with this asset diversifier

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["Fund Creation"] Harry Kat Q & A
    First encounters with the FundCreator (pun intended) - an interview with Prof. Harry Kat and Ron Westdrop, partner at the Taler Group?the first official user of the "dream diversifier"

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[Foreign Exchange] PGS FX Alpha Edge
    The first investible foreign exchange index

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03Apr07

[Collectibles: Rare US Coins] Gary Knaus Q & A
    Reveals why coins are well suited for not just collectors…but investors!

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[Commodity Alpha] The Merrill Lynch Commodity Alpha Certificate
    Is designed to generate commodity based performance in bull and bear markets

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[Renewable Natural Resources] Smart Materials Fund
    Based on his experience at the SAM Smart Materials Fund, Rodrigo Amandi unveils what he believes is in store for investors interested in the space

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[Alternatives] The Millennium Wave Fund (MWF)
    MWF is a fund of alternative funds that invests in non-directional, niche strategies where barriers to entry tend to be high

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18Apr07

[Art] ASquare's Art Series with Philip Hoffman - I
    Contemporary Art

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[Real Estate] German Real Estate
    Is now an opportune time to invest in German Real Estate? Based on his experience, Iain Keys elaborates on how and why?

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[Structured Finance] Structured Products - the next generation...
    Roger Studer shares his views on investing in structured products and what the next generation holds in store

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[Transportation] Octave Transportation Fund
    Blends expertise in asset securitisation and the transportation sector to deliver steady returns

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30Jan07

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