Features and News

By Shehriyar Antia | April 01, 2015

Fed chair gives first extended comments on rate normalization.

By Olivier Ludwig | April 01, 2015

The quick route to one fiduciary standard is already in place, so why does the SEC ignore it?

By Lara Crigger | March 31, 2015

[This article previously appeared in our March issue of ETF Report.]

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By Cinthia Murphy | March 31, 2015

Look to Germany as a QE play, and avoid the Greece roller coaster if you can.

By Cinthia Murphy | March 30, 2015

A solid track record and a growing roster of advisor relationships are propelling the growth of this ETF issuer.

By Olivier Ludwig | March 30, 2015

There’s no reason factor-focused investing can’t always be part of asset allocation, MSCI says.

By Scott Nations | March 27, 2015

If you really believe financials are about to drop, ‘XLF’ put-options are worth a look.

By Cinthia Murphy | March 26, 2015

Yes, popular funds such as IWM and IJR deliver different returns, but performance numbers only tell part of the tale.

By Sumit Roy | March 26, 2015

Saudi Arabia says it has increased its oil production to 10 million barrels per day, surprising many analysts.

By Rachael Revesz | March 24, 2015

Demand and growth in Europe and Southeast Asia mean there is a positive long-term outlook for gold, according to the World Gold Council.

By Sumit Roy | March 24, 2015

Commodities guru shares his latest thoughts on crude oil.

By ETF.com Staff | March 23, 2015

Always a good time when the ETF industry gathers.

By Cinthia Murphy | March 23, 2015

In the well-traveled world of small-cap equities, not all ETFs are created equal.

By Sumit Roy | March 20, 2015

U.S. production continues to surge, rather than decline, as many have been expecting.

By Cinthia Murphy | March 19, 2015

As energy prices fall, one chart shows master limited partnership ETFs are not created equal.

By Scott Nations | March 19, 2015

For those who think the dollar rally has gone too far, the ETF options market offers an interesting play.

By Cinthia Murphy | March 19, 2015

It’s the ‘Year of Currency Hedging ETFs’—this time with a European twist.

By Sumit Roy | March 18, 2015

Commodity guru shares his latest thoughts on the markets.

By Drew Voros | March 17, 2015

Fund issuer GreenHaven says coal futures ETF offers calmer contango than crude oil and natural gas.

By Olivier Ludwig | March 17, 2015

The Fed is about to pivot on policy guidance, but investors shouldn’t yet hold their breath regarding an actual rate hike.



Van Eck's chip ETF 'SMH' doubled its assets on Tuesday, March 31, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets ended the day at almost $2.1 trillion.

'VDE' paced Vanguard's issuer-leading inflows on Tuesday, March 31, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets ended the day at nearly $2.1 trillion.


By Dave Nadig

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

By Olivier Ludwig

What’s cooler than an ETF with a ticker like ‘HACK’? The way investors are using it.

By Olivier Ludwig

Yes, 2015 is shaping up to be the ‘year of currency hedging,’ but that’s not necessarily a good thing.

By Elisabeth Kashner

ETF.com steps in to referee a catfight that has erupted in the world of robo advisors.


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