Features and News

By Scott Nations | March 05, 2015

It sounds like a yoga pose, but it’s actually a potentially profitable options strategy.

By Cinthia Murphy | March 04, 2015

After a sharp pullback in the second half of last year, junk-bond ETFs are back in favor.

By Rachael Revesz | March 03, 2015

Palladium, unlike other commodities, is rising due to tightness of supply.

By Cinthia Murphy | March 02, 2015

Matt Tuttle, the brain behind a new tactical ETF, says combining value and growth funds is a winning strategy to get S&P 500 exposure.

By Olivier Ludwig | February 27, 2015

The new SPDR-Gundlach ETF has light flows in first days after its splashy launch.

By Olivier Ludwig | February 27, 2015

Led by WisdomTree’s ‘HEDJ,’ shielding investors from the vagaries of currency crosses is the hottest trend in ETFs.

By Rachael Revesz | February 27, 2015

For the first time in history, investors are paying the German government to lend them money for five years.

By Cinthia Murphy | February 26, 2015

As the widely known index turns 30, we look back at how it’s evolved and how relevant it is to today’s investor.

By Cinthia Murphy | February 26, 2015

The U.S. stock market may be strong, but it’s international stocks that are leading this year.

By ETF.com Staff | February 26, 2015

Alternative investing firm uses spare change and ETFs.

By Scott Nations | February 26, 2015

With emerging markets going nowhere fast, one trader turns to selling EEM puts.

By Olivier Ludwig | February 24, 2015

Reinventing leveraged ETFs for a world increasingly steeped in asset allocation.

By Cinthia Murphy | February 23, 2015

The active fund in partnership with State Street brings one of the best known investors into the ETF foray for the first time.

By Olivier Ludwig | February 20, 2015

Shorter-duration is the right call to control risks, Corey Hoffstein says.

By Administrator ETF.com | February 20, 2015

U.S. crude oil inventories hit a fresh record high, but prices remain well off their recent lows.

By Cinthia Murphy | February 19, 2015

With currency-hedging in Europe all the rage, ETF.com decided to follow the flows.

By Cinthia Murphy | February 19, 2015

A glimpse at future-based oil-related ETFs show that prices at the pump aren’t falling like the price of crude.

By Dennis Hudachek | February 19, 2015

The future of the emerging markets is likely to be prospective, but quite different from the first glorious phase.

By Scott Nations | February 18, 2015

Should oil’s recent rebound falter, a trader using USO options is preparing for it.

By Olivier Ludwig | February 18, 2015

The arrival of New York Life to the world of ETFs suggest a bright-bright future for the exchange-traded fund.



The consumer discretionary fund 'XLY' garnered a $1 billion-plus blast of creation on Tuesday, March 3. Still, a falling market offset net inflows and pulled total U.S.-listed ETF assets down to $2.092 trillion.

'VCR,' the consumer discretionary fund, paced Vanguard's issuer-leading inflows on Tuesday, March 3, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets ended the day at $2.092 trillion.


By Olivier Ludwig

The world of ETFs is full of wonderful money-saving surprises.

By Howard Lee

An inside look at iShares’ new $75 million ‘smart beta’ bond ETF.

By Dave Nadig

With trillions of dollars of bonds yielding worse than nothing, should you be worried about your ETF?

By Elisabeth Kashner

Virtu’s mind-bending way to play oil market volatility is a fascinating glimpse into the world of ultra-sophisticated investors.


Dennis Hudachek and Paul Britt discuss the new DoubleLine bond ETF (TOTL) and a China-heavy emerging market ETF (KEMP).