The Eurozone has mainly been off the virtual front page of the financial section for the majority of the year to date. And for investors who may be wondering what all the quiet is about, wonder no more. For the moment at least, the single-currency union has been playing nice and may offer investors an opportunity to jump back into the water, or at least stick in a toe. Read more about ETF Periscope: Is the Eurozone Robust Enough to Qualify as a Buy?

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If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail. -- Abraham Maslow

The pullback from the brink of the fiscal cliff gave investors sufficient reason to celebrate the first week of 2013 by going on a buying spree pretty much across the board of the equity market. Whether the move up was anything more than the equivalent of a sigh of relief from investors expecting the worst from a dysfunctional Congress shall be revealed in short order during the first full week of trading sessions this year. Read more about ETF Periscope: Earnings Season’s Low Bar May Keep Wall Street Trending Towards the Upside