Features and News

By Olly Ludwig | May 28, 2015

Whatever happens in Washington, solar energy has a bright future, a solar analyst says.

By Scott Nations | May 28, 2015

Assessing the costs of betting with ETF options that gold is about to make a big move—either up or down.

By Rachael Revesz | May 27, 2015

In all the excitement about 'smart beta,' a study uncovers plenty of doubts.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 26, 2015

The two index giants are now one company owned by the London Stock Exchange.

By Rachael Revesz | May 26, 2015

FTSE sets a plan to give investors access to A-shares in its global indexes.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 22, 2015

Windhaven becomes top ETF strategist as big outflows at troubled F-Squared cause shifts in the world of ETF portfolio managers.

By Scott Nations | May 21, 2015

If, as Goldman Sachs predicts, oil prices are again heading lower, why not use put options on USO to profit?

By Cinthia Murphy | May 21, 2015

The data might not impress, but investor sentiment about what’s ahead is leading to massive gains.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 19, 2015

With Rick Ferri throwing his hat into the robo-advisor ring, the automation trend accelerates.

By Jared Dillian | May 19, 2015

New banking regulations have changed the bond markets, for the worse.

By ETF.com Staff | May 19, 2015

Veteran ETF analyst Matt Hougan named ETF.com’s CEO.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 19, 2015

The dollar rally hit a snag, dampening what had been strong investor interest for currency-hedged ETFs.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 18, 2015

‘WOOD’ and ‘CUT’ trading near all-time highs as stocks continue to gain.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 18, 2015

Bond inventories at banks are disturbingly low these days, but bond ETFs represent an interesting and viable ‘plan B.’

By Rachael Revesz | May 18, 2015

The return on fixed-income securities can be highly dependent on interest rates: Duration is your ticket to assessing that impact.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 15, 2015

REITs may seem like they have a tough row to hoe linked to rising rates, but don’t count them out yet.

By Lara Crigger | May 15, 2015

Exchange-Traded Concepts helps providers looking to launch their very own funds.

By Scott Nations | May 14, 2015

Options can be a great way to make a big bet without betting the farm.

By Sumit Roy | May 14, 2015

The latest supply and demand figures suggest that demand remains tepid.

By Sumit Roy | May 13, 2015

Are falling bond prices bullish or bearish for gold?

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ETF DAILY DATA

The AlphaDex financial fund 'FXO' led inflows on Tuesday, May 26, but net outflows and falling stocks pulled total U.S.-listed ETF assets down to $2.152 trillion.

A slew of redemptions from a number of iShares bond funds helped fuel that firm's issuer-leading outflows on Tuesday, May 26. Meanwhile, net outflows and a falling market dragged down total U.S.-listed ETF assets to $2.152 trillion.

ETF.COM ANALYST BLOGS

By Olly Ludwig

Yields will one day head higher, so is it time to get bond exposure outside the U.S.?

By Rachael Revesz

Stop dancing around the subject, call women ‘women’ and let’s be a more visible part of this industry.

By Olly Ludwig

It’s no secret that hedge funds love ETFs, but what’s less appreciated is that their love of ETFs will likely spell their demise.

By Olly Ludwig

Yes, bond yields are ticking higher these days, but it’s important to keep the whole yield-curve picture in mind.

ETF INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE

By Nasdaq Global Indexes

Bond exposure or bond performance? Only defined maturity indexes provide the latter.

By Invesco PowerShares

Invesco PowerShares and Market Strategies International’s second annual survey provides vital insights about smart beta and ETFs overall.

By Invesco PowerShares

Investors are implementing smart-beta exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in their portfolios in a variety of ways and for different reasons.