Alpha-Seeking ETF Overview

Alpha-seeking ETFs are equity funds attempting to outperform the market with various investment strategies. The ETFs here show a huge range of investment aims, from hedged funds mimicking strategies as the Alphaclone Alternative Alpha ETF (ALFA) to funds following propietary stock picking strategies as the VanEck Vectors Morningstar Wide Moat ETF (MOAT).

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Davis Launches First Funds

Newcomer debuts three active ETFs.

Features and News

SEC Offers 10 Tips For Better Investing

The common-sense ideas are designed to protect investors from scams and fraud.

ETF Report

Active Mgmt: ETFs Vs. Mutual Funds

The choices are widely different within the two product groups.

Features and News

Stockpickers, Nursing Losses Despite Bull Run, Look To 2017

Only one thing will stem flow of money from active to passive: performance.

Index Investor Corner

Swedroe: ETFs A Double Edged Sword

The benefits and drawbacks of the rise of exchange-traded funds.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Hedge Fund Manager Plans First ETF

Saba Capital is the latest new player to throw its hat into the ETF space.

Index Investor Corner

Swedroe: Active Doesn’t Work Better For Int’l

Non-U.S. investments still benefit from passive strategies.

Index Investor Corner

Swedroe: Thinking Can Hurt Your Investments

Research indicates systematic investment approaches inevitably beat nonsystematic approaches.

Features and News

Thursday Hot Reads: ETFs Going To Pot?

The WEED fund is just a matter of time, gold mining ETFs lose luster, hedge fund could learn from ETFs.