SEC ETF Overview

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an agency of the U.S. federal government. It enforces the federal securities laws as well as regulates the securities industry (e.g., stock and option exchanges) in the U.S., including the creation, responsibilities and limitations of exchange-traded funds.

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Wednesday Hot Reads: Biggest New ETF Launches Of 2017

Also, investors—not ETFs—create risk.

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Moriarty: Why Bitcoin ETFs Likely

'Spider Woman’ knows a thing or two about ETF innovation. She shares her perspective on bitcoin and other ‘exotic’ ETFs.

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VanEck Explains Its New Cryptocurrency Indices

Firm explains why it launched its first suite of digital asset indices and how it sees the space evolving in the years to come.

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Monday Hot Reads: ETF Regulation Under Discussion

Plus, bitcoin and blockchain ETFs draw investor and regulator attention.

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Novel Trio Of Policy ETFs

Policy, not politics, drives stock selection in these three strategies.

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Tuesday Hot Reads: Endowments Ignore Passive

Also, SEC employees earning inside-trading results.

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Bitcoin ETF Plans Hit Snag

VanEck withdraws filing for futures-based bitcoin ETF; others may follow suit.

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Monday Hot Reads: Your Own Worst ETF Enemy

Recent study suggests ETF investors are the biggest threat to their own portfolios.

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Why Bitcoin ETFs Are Closer To Reality

Bitcoin derivatives are coming, and an ETF could soon follow.