Cinthia Murphy

Cinthia Murphy is a staff writer for ETF.com, specializing in all things ETFs. Her experience includes time at Dow Jones and former BridgeNews, covering commodity futures markets in Chicago and Brazil equities in Sao Paulo. Murphy has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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Behind The Newest Real Estate ETF

Vident’s new fund ‘PPTY’ is a mix of smart beta and ESG in the REIT space.

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Vanguard Active ETFs Slow To Grow

Vanguard may be second-largest U.S. ETF issuer, but it too can find attracting assets to new ETFs difficult, particularly in the active space. 

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Trade War Missing Emerging Markets

Tactical investor Steve Blumenthal says a trade war could trigger a recession, but thus far it hasn’t changed the opportunity in emerging market ETFs.

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‘David’ Emerging Market ETF Vs ‘Goliaths’

WisdomTree’s small EM ETF ‘XSOE’ offers a trifecta of timely qualities as investors focus on China and ESG investing.

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The Business Of Seeding ETFs

The challenge of raising initial capital to launch a new ETF is real, but firms like Esposito Securities are rising to the task.

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How Institutions Choose & Use ETFs

The latest KBW survey points to interesting ETF trends in the institutional space.

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Biggest Active ETFs By Asset Class

The universe of actively managed ETFs is growing. Here are the biggest around.  

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Inside ETFs: McCarthy On Factors Driving ETF Growth

Jeff McCarthy, CEO of ETPs for BNY Mellon, offers insights into what it takes to run an ETF from a custodian perspective, and what’s driving industry growth.  

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Junk Bond ETFs Built For Rising Rates

Junk bond funds are largely out of favor this year, but an interest-rate-hedged high-yield bond ETF is beating that trend.