Federal Reserve Overview

The Federal Reserve of the United States is a U.S. government agency in charge of regulating the money supply and banking institutions of the United States. The Fed actions and decisions are of great importance for the economy. The Fed mandate is to achieve maximum employment, stable prices and to moderate long-term interest rates.

ETF.com Analysis

Camp Kotok Asks: Does The Fed Matter?

Notes from a gathering of the country’s leading economic thinkers.

Features and News

4 ETF Bond Managers Share Their Top Picks

In the ETF space, actively managed bond funds are popular, and their managers have very different ideas of where opportunities lie. 

Features and News

BlackRock: 3 Market Themes Ahead

In its midyear outlook, the asset management giant calls investors to jump into the nice, warm equity waters.

Index Investor Corner

Swedroe: Gurus Mostly Strike Out – Again

Tallying how many predictions are shaping up to be accurate.

Daily Hot Reads

Wednesday Hot Reads: This European ETF Is Surging

Also, with fees falling, how can ETFs stand out?

Daily Hot Reads

Friday Hot Reads: Biotech ETFs Heating Up

What biotech ETFs to consider now, and a look at the resilience of dividend ETF investors.

Daily Hot Reads

Friday Hot Reads: Why China ETF ‘KBA’ Swelled In Size

Also, the stock market belongs to bots.

Features and News

Why Bond ETFs Surged Despite Fed Rate Hike

The 10-year bond yield dropped to its lowest levels of the year, even as the Fed hiked rates.