ETF.COM ALPHA THINK TANK (PREMIUM)

Gold miners and oil shares are two relatively inexpensive sectors with rebound potential.

Health care, industrials and consumer cyclicals are still the hottest broad sectors exhibiting the greatest strength.

ETF.COM ANALYST BLOGS

By Dave Nadig

With trillions of dollars of bonds yielding worse than nothing, should you be worried about your ETF?

By Elisabeth Kashner

Virtu’s mind-bending way to play oil market volatility is a fascinating glimpse into the world of ultra-sophisticated investors.

ETF STRATEGIST CORNER

By Sean Clark

Remain nimble in fixed income this year, and keep an open mind to high-yield debt.

By Tyler Mordy

Look beyond 'Abenomics,' and you’ll still find some compelling reasons to consider Japan.

INDEX INVESTOR CORNER

By Larry Swedroe

The media’s influence on the behavior of individual investors and fund managers.

By Rick Ferri

In a world fretting about low bond yields and an uncertain outlook, the wisdom of a '60-40' portfolio seems unscathed.

ETF Report

February 2015

  A Newcomer Takes On ETFs
Olivier Ludwig
  Q&A: Corey Hoffstein
Olivier Ludwig
  An Emerging Theme
Dennis Hudachek

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Top ETF Fund Flows for Past Week

XLYConsumer Discretionary Select SPDR1,653.41
HEDJWisdomTree Europe Hedged Equity965.85
QQQPowerShares QQQ773.20
DBEFDeutsche X-trackers MSCI EAFE Hedged Equity ETF528.98
FXDFirst Trust Consumer Discretionary AlphaDEX474.32
* Net Flows in USD Millions
MSCI Country Indices Local Currency 12 Months Rolling
USD Local FX Impact
United States USD 14.22% 14.22% -0.00%
Germany EUR -4.00% 18.21% -22.21%
United Kingdom GBP -3.24% 4.93% -8.17%
France EUR -5.27% 16.64% -21.92%
Japan JPY 9.34% 28.06% -18.72%
Brazil BRL -12.02% 7.69% -19.71%
China HKD 16.35% 16.27% 0.08%
Data as of February 27, 2015
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Investors plowed money into currency-hedged equity funds like ‘HEDJ’ and ‘DBEF’ on Wednesday, March 4, while yanking assets out of sundry bond funds, such as ‘HYG.’ Total U.S.-listed ETF assets dropped to $2.084 trillion as a market pullback offset net inflows.

Sizable outflows from various iShares bond funds paced that firm’s outflows on Wednesday, March 4. Total U.S.-listed ETF assets ended the day at $2.084 trillion.

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