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Lessons From The Autopsy Of A Closed ETF

By Paul Britt | November 26, 2014
ETF closures are an annoyance rather than a disaster for investors in the fund.

Time To Rethink Currency Hedged ETF Use

By Dave Nadig | November 26, 2014
U.S. expanding, Europe tamed, Japan voting: Whither the dollar?

Anatomy Of A Mutual Fund Tax Land Mine

By Dave Nadig | November 25, 2014
Why one mutual fund is headed for a monster tax problem.

ETFs Made Easy: ‘What Is A Fund?’

By Dave Nadig | November 24, 2014
Examining the basic structure that allows lots of investors to pool their money together and invest.

Why We All Need Women In ETFs

By Elisabeth Kashner | November 21, 2014
Women in ETFs made its San Francisco debut this week. It’s about time.

New Emerging Internet ETF Fills Big EEM Void

By Dennis Hudachek | November 21, 2014
A new ETF canvassing online life in the emerging markets really is a distinct idea.

The 4 Different Costs Of ETF Ownership

By David Nadig | November 20, 2014
ETFs are cheap, but not always in the way you think.

2 Retail ETFs For A ‘Big Box’ Comeback

By Paul Britt | November 19, 2014
Falling gas prices and a strong buck may boost retail stocks, but the favorite ETF may not be the best play.

ETFs Mimic Buffett’s Duracell Tax Break

By Paul Britt | November 18, 2014
The in-kind stock transaction used in the Duracell deal lies of at the heart of every ETF, and has the same benefit: tax efficiency.

WisdomTree’s New Long Dollar ETF Shines

By Dennis Hudachek | November 18, 2014
The firm's long-dollar ETF ‘USDU’ is getting the attention it deserves.

Issues With Innovative New China Bond ETF

By Howard Lee | November 17, 2014
An alluring new bond ETF focused on China’s mainland credit market comes with a few caveats.

Why Did Your ETF Reverse Split?

By Dave Nadig | November 14, 2014
Stock investors are used to splits, but why all the reverse splits in ETFs?

Finding The Right Int'l Bond ETF

By Dave Nadig | November 12, 2014
Is there a sweet spot for fixed-income diversification?

China ‘Stock Connect’ To Impact Many ETFs

By Dennis Hudachek | November 12, 2014
A new program linking exchanges in Hong Kong and mainland China will have far-reaching consequences.

These ETFs Will Fix Your Portfolio

By Dave Nadig | November 11, 2014
Chances are, your finances need a tuneup.

Stay On Sidelines With BRIC Funds

By Dave Nadig | November 10, 2014
With the Russian ruble down almost 30 percent this year and India stocks at all-time highs, the divergence in the group is unsettling.

New Frontier Market ETFs On Horizon

By Dennis Hudachek | November 10, 2014
Another frontier market ETF is likely coming up, and not a moment too soon.

3 Viewpoints On A Newly Minted 5-Star ETF

By Paul Britt | November 07, 2014
An actively managed ETF, ‘TTFS,’ marks its three-year anniversary with mixed results.

Eaton Vance ETMF A Step Forward, But ...

By Dave Nadig | November 06, 2014
Sometimes I’m wrong. But I’m still a skeptic.

3 ETF Tax Tips While There’s Still Time

By Dave Nadig | November 06, 2014
You’ve got eight weeks left to get smart with your mutual funds and ETFs.
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