Stay Connected!
ETF.com News Daily
ETF.com News Weekly
Sign up to ETF.com's newsletters.
U.S. Edition
Search Ticker

Features and News

An SPY Put Spread To Soothe Frayed Nerves

By Scott Nations | July 24, 2014
With violence flaring in Ukraine and Gaza, an options trader has set out to protect his gains in SPY.

Correction: Schwab, Vanguard Tracking Difference Data Updated

By ETF.com Analytics | July 23, 2014
We have corrected the tracking difference for 11 ETFs, including three from Charles Schwab and eight from Vanguard.

First Investor Redeems OUNZ Shares For Gold

By Cinthia Murphy | July 23, 2014
The physical gold ETF shows that its redeem-for-gold feature is no gimmick.

Oil And NatGas ETFs Buck Seasonal Trend

By Cinthia Murphy | July 23, 2014
The highs summer typically brings to energy prices aren’t quite here this year.

3 ETFs For Hot Chinese Tech Sector

By Hung Tran | July 22, 2014
Three China tech ETFs vie for assets, but which one will end up holding shares of Alibaba?

3 Reasons Israel Is A Good Investment

By Olly Ludwig | July 18, 2014
Israel’s conflicts may have no end, but the country has become a cutting-edge economy with cutting-edge companies.

6 ‘Smart Beta’ ETFs For Earnings Season

By Hung Tran | July 18, 2014
What’s better, an ETF weighted for earnings, or for revenues?

ETF Options: GDX Trader Eyes Ukraine Closely

By Scott Nations | July 17, 2014
Designing an options strategy around gold ETFs is possible, but fraught with risks.

S&P Says No To China A-Shares Inclusion

By Rachael Revesz | July 17, 2014
The world’s largest ETF indexer in assets follows MSCI and says no to mainland Chinese equity inclusion.

Sanctions, Plane Crash Shake Up Russia ETFs

By Cinthia Murphy | July 17, 2014
Reaction to Malaysian passenger jet shot down over Ukraine adds to losses of Russian-related funds.

5 Reasons To Invest In Africa

By Rachael Revesz and Olly Ludwig | July 16, 2014
Resource-rich Africa is growing quickly, with low debt levels and a youthful population.

Bollinger: No Stock Top Yet, Gold Tries U-Turn

By Sumit Roy | July 16, 2014
Famous technician shares his market outlook.

Women-Focused Funds Show Return Promise

By Cinthia Murphy | July 16, 2014
When it comes to niche investing, pitfalls abound, but women-focused portfolios are not necessarily one of them.

High Yield Corp Vs. Bank Loans ETFs

By Cinthia Murphy | July 15, 2014
Bank loans may be the hot ticket right now, but high-yield corporate bonds are delivering the yields.

Hedge Fund Shorting Treasury Bond ETFs

By Hung Tran | July 15, 2014
'All risk and no reward' in the world of bonds ...

Dillian: The Fed’s Slow Moving Policy Error

By Jared Dillian | July 14, 2014
It’s clear the Fed is in no hurry to raise interest rates, and that’s a mistake.

Betterment CEO: Robo Advisors Prevent Errors

By Cinthia Murphy | July 14, 2014
Jon Stein also says retirees want and like automation as much as millennials.

CME Group & Thomson Reuters Win Bid For Silver Fix

By Rebecca Hampson | July 11, 2014
CME Group will provide the price platform and methodology, and Thomson Reuters will run administration and governance.

Small Caps: S&P 600 Vs. Russell 2000

By Hung Tran | July 11, 2014
Fans of the Russell 2000 Index may want to rethink their loyalty.

ETF Options: An HYG Put-Play Revisited

By Scott Nations | July 10, 2014
With markets pulling back sharply, it’s worth re-examining an options trade that was built on exactly this sort of drop.
 Previous Page1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9  |  10Next Page 

IndexUniverse is excited
to announce our new name: