Features and News

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.

By Lara Crigger | April 17, 2015

Building better retirement portfolios for small businesses.

By Sumit Roy & Cinthia Murphy | April 17, 2015

One of the best trades of last year continues to deliver returns so far this year.

By Scott Nations | April 16, 2015

It sure is costly, but one options trader has conviction that it’s time to protect gains in SPY.

By Olivier Ludwig | April 16, 2015

GE’s exit from the finance business is the perfect moment to take measure of the post-crash financial sector as a whole.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 16, 2015

China’s mainland stock market is on a tear, but other share types are catching up to it, and for good reason, Brendan Ahern says.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 16, 2015

Latest data show recovering housing industry still faces head winds.

By Rachael Revesz | April 15, 2015

Chief development officer MJ Lytle has quit the business and Source has closed its U.S. ETF arm.

By Lara Crigger | April 14, 2015

Recent developments have brought ETFs into greater focus for insurance firms.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 14, 2015

A drought in Brazil hasn’t been enough to keep a coffee rally going.

By Rachael Revesz | April 14, 2015

The industry guru talks about the future of ETFs.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 09, 2015

Lee Kranefuss, winner of ETF.com’s Lifetime Achievement award, sees little reason to buy mutual funds.

By Rachael Revesz | April 09, 2015

ETF Securities and Roubini Global Economics share their views for the next quarter.

By Scott Nations | April 09, 2015

EEM hasn’t done much in the past year, but investors using ETF options have a way to change that.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 09, 2015

While the China large-cap ETF runs higher, money flows out.

By Olivier Ludwig | April 08, 2015

Investors knowing that what is a fair shake and understanding costs are changing the ethics of the industry.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 08, 2015

'Seasonal contango’ can eat returns on futures, something crude oil does not see.

By Olivier Ludwig | April 07, 2015

Congress Capital, the Boston-based ETF strategist, is just one of the many places you’ll find Newfound Research’s name in the ETF traffic these days.

By Cinthia Murphy | April 07, 2015

The six-year U.S. stock rally is getting long in the tooth, but it has a ways to go, Guggenheim’s CIO Scott Minerd says.

By Sumit Roy | April 07, 2015

Of the five top commodities in the first quarter, two were in the red.



The oil funds 'XOP' and 'OIH' gathered money on Thursday, April 16, helping lift total U.S.-listed ETF assets to a record $2.158 trillion.

'SPY,' 'LNK' and 'XOP' paced SSgA's issuer-leader inflows on Thursday, April 16, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets reached a record $2.158 trillion.


By Olivier Ludwig

If you’re puzzled by Israel’s relatively strong stock market performance, don’t forget you’re taking measure of a developed country.

By Olivier Ludwig

If only Fidelity could speak freely about all the positive things it does for investors.

By Dave Nadig

Last week’s minor information hiccup had huge implications.

By Dave Nadig

How Ric Edelman is reinventing the ‘new economy’ investing paradigm.


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