SEC 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.

Features and News

SEC Targets Fake Stock News On Financial Websites

Twenty-seven individuals and entities were charged with misleading investors into believing they were reading ‘independent, unbiased analyses.’

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: 2nd Bitcoin ETF Rejected By SEC

The SolidX Bitcoin Trust fared no better than the first proposed bitcoin ETF.

Features and News

SEC Shortens Trade Settlement To 2 Days

Time between exchange of cash and security gets cut by a day.

Features and News

What’s Next For 2 Other Bitcoin ETFs?

The door may not be completely closed for these funds in registration.

Features and News

SEC Rejects Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF

Regulators refuse to approve fund based on the cryptocurrency. Analysis

Time For SEC To Liberate Active ETFs

Regulators should allow nontransparent active ETFs because it’s costing investors millions.

Features and News

SEC Pushes New ETF Rules Despite Industry’s Howls

New listing rules could close some ETFs, and bring undue costs, industry insiders say.

ETF Strategist Corner

Bitcoin ETF: A Fintech Marriage Ready To Happen

Three bitcoin proposals are before the SEC.

Features and News

Bitcoin ETFs For Dummies

Expert on bitcoin discusses whether the bitcoin ETF will be approved and how it will impact prices for the digital currency.