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Dan

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Subject : Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 12/7/2009 9:37 AM
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Hi,

I would like to create a map that shows ETFs as the group plates and the stocks within the ETFs as the cylinders. However, I am having trouble finding the constituents for each ETF. Does anyone know where I can find a list of ETF constituents online?

Thanks for your help...

Dan
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Subject : RE: Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 12/7/2009 12:37 PM
Post #4552 - In reply to #4549

Hi

http://www.morpheustrading.com/roundup.pdf

Is a good start.

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Subject : RE: Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 12/7/2009 2:57 PM
Post #4555 - In reply to #4549

Dan:

I did some Googling, but could not find any major listing of ETF component stocks online.

However, if you are a Nirvana Club member you might want to check out Jeff Drake's post 34778 (page 2) on the Nirvana Club Forum for ETF correlation to specific groups:

http://www.nirvanasystems.com/nirvana/nirvanaclub/members/NClubForum/thread-view.asp?threadid=4557

Tom Helget

[Edited by THELGET on 12/7/2009 2:58 PM]

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Subject : RE: Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 12/8/2009 3:43 PM
Post #4561 - In reply to #4552

Thanks Tony, that is a good place to start!

Originally written by 287428 on 12/7/2009 6:37 PM

Hi

http://www.morpheustrading.com/roundup.pdf

Is a good start.

tony



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Subject : RE: Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 12/8/2009 3:44 PM
Post #4562 - In reply to #4555

Thanks for your reply.. Unfortunately, I'm not a member but I'll try searching for ETF Correlations on Google and see what I can find..

Originally written by THELGET on 12/7/2009 8:57 PM

Dan:

I did some Googling, but could not find any major listing of ETF component stocks online.

However, if you are a Nirvana Club member you might want to check out Jeff Drake's post 34778 (page 2) on the Nirvana Club Forum for ETF correlation to specific groups:

http://www.nirvanasystems.com/nirvana/nirvanaclub/members/NClubForum/thread-view.asp?threadid=4557

Tom Helget



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Subject : RE: Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 9/20/2010 12:11 PM
Post #5395 - In reply to #4549

This is probably what you want
http://us.ishares.com/home.htm
ash
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Subject : RE: Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 9/22/2010 11:25 AM
Post #5403 - In reply to #5395

For those who want to find a breakdown of the stocks that are within some certain ETF's, this link that Ozash provided is an excellent starting point! Ever since this thread was created I had tried myself to find which stocks were in some certain ETFs. So thanks Ozash!

[Edited by julesrulesny on 9/22/2010 11:27 AM]

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Subject : RE: Creating an ETF Map..
Posted : 9/22/2010 3:16 PM
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You could always use GroupTrader 3 in OmniTrader (if you have it). It allows you to easily see which stocks are in each ETF. And you can import ETFs & their constituents into VT7.
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