Features and News

By Rachael Revesz | January 28, 2015

The Fed looks to raise rates around August time, but then what? Experts answer key investor questions.

By Jim Masturzo, Michele Mazzoleni; Research Affiliates | January 28, 2015

When focusing on country growth, don’t get distracted by short-term results.

By Olivier Ludwig | January 27, 2015

They won’t go up in a puff of smoke, but go they will and in droves, Ric Edelman says about the number of advisors.

By Cinthia Murphy | January 27, 2015

The well-known fixed-income investor shared his views on everything he likes and everything he wouldn’t touch in the investing world today at Inside ETFs.

By Olivier Ludwig | January 27, 2015

The Cold War is still ending, and it’s delaying U.S. focus on China, Robert Kaplan says.

By John West, Arnie Ko | January 27, 2015

Retaining this elusive asset can be a daunting hurdle.

By Rachael Revesz | January 26, 2015

On the menu at the Women in ETFs breakfast? A new website and macro views.

By Drew Voros | January 26, 2015

Macro panelists at Inside ETFs express views on global equities, interest rates and why Greece won’t leave the eurozone.

By Heather Bell | January 26, 2015

A pioneer in fundamentally weighted indexing talks about the nature of smart beta.

By Cinthia Murphy | January 26, 2015

Greek stocks drop as a darkening pall descends on the eurozone after Greek election.

By Heather Bell | January 23, 2015

Chairman of S&P 500 Index talks about where indexing has been and where it is going.

By Jason Hsu | January 23, 2015

Will ‘smart beta’ shake up the business-as-usual world of investment management?

By Scott Nations | January 22, 2015

A primer on how to make money when SPY is going nowhere using options in the biggest ETF in the world.

By Rachael Revesz | January 22, 2015

The full-blown QE—at €60 billion per month—will start in March and run until September 2016 in hopes of staving off deflation.

By Olivier Ludwig | January 22, 2015

Larry Swedroe begins the four-day event, guns blazing, explaining why active management is harder than ever.

By Lara Crigger | January 21, 2015

DFA’s founder reflects on the varied nature of passive investing.

By Drew Voros | January 21, 2015

OPEC’s leader pricing its high-grade crude oil $2/barrel below U.S. benchmark.

By Olivier Ludwig | January 21, 2015

The ‘House That Bogle Built’ now has second-biggest ETF business.

By Cinthia Murphy | January 21, 2015

Gold regains its luster as investors brace for QE in eurozone.

By ETF.com Staff | January 20, 2015

The exchange-traded funds industry has helped to bring institutional-quality products within reach of all investors.

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ETF DAILY DATA

'HEDJ,' the euro-hedged equity fund, added $199 million on Friday, Jan. 23, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets ended the day at $2.016 trillion.

'IWM,' 'HYG' and 'EEM' paced iShares' issuer-leading inflows on Friday, Jan. 23, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets rose to $2.106 trillion.

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