Local investment evaluator David Trainer has signed an agreement to supply its research reports to clients of FA Today, which sells news and technology tools to independent financial advisors looking to connect with each other. FA Today's current format was launched in October, when it had about 12,000 users.
David Trainer, president of local investment ratings firm New Constructs and miner of financial fine print, says ETF investors would be well served in the coming months by putting their money in vehicles that track the consumer staples sector. That part of the market, Trainer says, contains the fewest stocks he considers to be risky and plenty of names that produce a lot of cash for investors.
Local investment researcher David Trainer at New Constructs says technology stocks are primed for decent gains in the remainder of 2011. But he doesn't see many options for getting into the game via ETFs.
Note: New Constructs is backed by Solidus, which also has invested in Nashville Post parent SouthComm.
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