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By Rachael Revesz | May 05, 2015

Bond investors should keep something in mind: When you lend money to someone, it’s nice to get it back.

By Olivier Ludwig | May 05, 2015

As ‘HEDJ’ and ‘DXJ’ have gone parabolic, WisdomTree’s stock has soared.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 05, 2015

Oil prices up more than 40 percent since December.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 04, 2015

Investors are hot for international stocks, with two currency-hedged ETFs starring as the darlings.

By Sumit Roy | May 04, 2015

Hard Asset Alliance’s general manager shares his views on the macro environment and gold.

By John West | May 04, 2015

The alternative index space, once so very lonely, has grown into the increasingly ubiquitous concept of smart beta.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 01, 2015

Sometimes clever tickers can trick more than inform.

By Scott Nations | April 30, 2015

Sometimes reality matches the lore of the crazy options market.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 30, 2015

HEDJ is giving in to a weakening dollar, but investors are not letting go.

By Rachael Revesz | April 29, 2015

Bond seas are calm as far as the investor can see, but experts question whether this is complacency.

By Sumit Roy | April 28, 2015

Energy analyst discusses the oil market.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 28, 2015

An ex-Marine-turned-advisor talks the talk of truly active value investing.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 24, 2015

Solving the retirement puzzle is increasingly important.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 24, 2015

The Nasdaq is again at record highs, but it’s a whole different index than in the glory days of the dot-com boom.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 23, 2015

It seems ETF investors have a thing for catching falling knives. Are they geniuses or something far less flattering?

By Scott Nations | April 23, 2015

How one options trader hopes to make money should the S&P drop sharply several weeks from now.

By ETF.com Staff | April 22, 2015

Bonds are the cornerstone of many investment portfolios: Learn how to identify the right fixed-income ETP.

By Olivier Ludwig | April 22, 2015

ETF.com asks four financial advisors how they view the growing realm of robo advisors.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 21, 2015

Former Treasury Secretary and Goldman Sachs CEO sees a lot of misconceptions about the world’s second-largest economy.

By Rachael Revesz | April 17, 2015

We celebrated the best achievements and innovations of 2014 last night at the London Transport Museum for ETF.com Europe’s first-ever awards ceremony.



A number of funds focused on U.S. equities lost money on Friday, May 1, but rising markets offset net outflows and lifted total U.S.-listed ETF assets to $2.142 trillion.

'SPY' and a number of other SSgA funds paced that firm's issuer-leading outflows on Friday, May 1, as rising markets lifted total U.S.-listed ETF assets to $2.142 trillion.


By Olivier Ludwig

Solar energy is more than a fad these days. Just look at high-flying solar ETFs.

By Olly Ludwig

Why is it that some human advisors seem less fond of foreign stocks than robo advisors?

By Dave Nadig

Buying and selling ETFs wisely means understanding the difference between being a buyer and a seller.

By Olly Ludwig

Saving the world as an eco-conscious investor is a tough row to hoe, but ETFs make it a bit easier.