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Why Chasing CUBA Fund Is A Terrible Idea

ETF.com Analyst Blogs By Dave Nadig  | December 17, 2014

Investors are piling into a closed-end fund with a convenient ticker on the way to ruin.

Hedged Japan ETFs Set For Big Cap Gains

ETF.com Analyst Blogs By Dennis Hudachek  | December 16, 2014

Why currency-hedged Japan ETFs are about to get big cap gains distributions.

Greek Equity ETF Sinks On Uncertainty

Features and News By Cinthia Murphy  | December 11, 2014

Greece is again at the forefront of worries about Europe, and stocks there are cratering.

Most Interesting New ETFs Of 2014

ETF.com Analyst Blogs By Dave Nadig  | December 11, 2014

While the fat lady hasn’t sung yet, these three ETFs strike me as the coolest launches of the year.

How To Find Value In Int’l Equity ETFs

ETF Strategist Corner By John Eckstein  | November 21, 2014

Is there any place a fellow can get a bargain around here?

These ETFs Will Fix Your Portfolio

ETF.com Analyst Blogs By Dave Nadig  | November 11, 2014

Chances are, your finances need a tuneup.

Supercharged QE Boosting Japan ETFs

Features and News By Cinthia Murphy  | October 31, 2014

Japan’s central bank decision to increase asset purchases puts Japan ETFs back in the limelight.

Don't Get Lost In Pessimism On Eurozone

ETF Strategist Corner By Tyler Mordy  | October 21, 2014

Europe may appear troubled, but a look at the bigger picture should restore calm.

3 Int’l ETFs With Huge Diversification

ETF.com Analyst Blogs By Spencer Bogart  | September 29, 2014

If you look hard enough, you can find single-country equity ETFs that don’t look and act at all like U.S. stocks.

3 Lessons The US Can Take From Japan

Features and News By Cinthia Murphy  | September 08, 2014

As the Fed plans its exit strategy, Japan’s recent history can offer some good guidance.

Which Japan ETF For 2015?

ETF.com Analyst Blogs By Dave Nadig  | September 03, 2014

Hedged equity ETFs—last year’s darlings—have had a rough year. Maybe not for long.

Russia ETFs Down On Ukraine Invasion Reports

Features and News By Spencer Bogart  | August 28, 2014

Reports that Russia has moved military equipment into Eastern Ukraine are tanking Russia ETFs.

Fleeing Oil Companies A Bad Omen For Nigeria

Features and News By Spencer Bogart  | August 27, 2014

For a country that needs more investment, not less, the exits are troublesome.

Common Thread For World’s 3 Hottest Emerging Markets: Elections

Features and News By Spencer Bogart  | August 26, 2014

Investors are betting big on newly elected leaders in hopes they will guide their countries to growth.

Building A Better Country Index

Articles By Steven Schoenfeld and Bruce Schoenfeld  | August 21, 2014

Achieving 'completeness' in complicated markets.

Israel ETFs Sinking As Conflict Wages On

Features and News By Spencer Bogart  | August 19, 2014

The Gaza conflict is taking its toll on the Israeli economy.

Reach For Yield With These Risky Debt ETFs

Features and News By Boris Valentinov  | August 18, 2014

With sovereign yields falling globally, here's where investors can still find income.

German Equities: With Or Without The Euro?

Features and News By Boris Valentinov  | August 18, 2014

A sagging euro drags down nonhedged equity exposure.

Shrinking Japan GDP Shifts ETF Outlook

Features and News By Hung Tran  | August 13, 2014

Currency-hedged Japan ETFs are facing head winds as growth slows, but that’s not the whole story.

Weak German Data Drags Down Euro

Features and News By Spencer Bogart  | August 12, 2014

Falling euro may play to Germany's favor.

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