Features and News

By Sumit Roy | January 30, 2015

Natural gas inventories fell by 94 bcf last week, below expectations.

By Chris Brightman, Jim Masturzo | January 30, 2015

Research Affiliate’s first quarterly update of its 10-year expectations for asset class returns.

By Olivier Ludwig | January 29, 2015

The Florida event further cements its reputation as the ETF industry’s top event.

By Scott Nations | January 29, 2015

With a bit of careful forethought, investors can protect themselves from a bond market pullback using options.

By Drew Voros | January 28, 2015

ETF.com’s 8th annual conference had many memorable moments.

By Rachael Revesz | January 28, 2015

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

By Cinthia Murphy | January 28, 2015

Economic expansion will hinge much more on infrastructure growth than on the financial sector, Meredith Whitney says.

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 Cinthia Murphy | January 26, 2015

The brothers, who are behind the first bitcoin ETF and one of the first U.S.-based bitcoin exchanges, make a case for the crypto-currency.

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.



International equity funds like 'HEDJ' and 'EFAV' added assets on Thursday, Jan. 29, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets rose above $2 trillion.

'SPY,' 'XLF,' 'XLI' and 'BIL' paced SSgA's issuer-leading outflows on Thursday Jan. 29, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets rose above $2 trillion.


By Dave Nadig

The world’s biggest ETF conference made a number of important things amply clear.

By Dave Nadig

Sometimes it’s what’s under the hood that matters. Sometimes it’s not.

By Dave Nadig

President Obama may be undermining the benefits of tax-loss harvesting.

By Scott Burley

Wouldn’t it be nice to know if your favorite ETF were part of a securities-lending program?


Hudachek and Britt break down an emerging market fund that boycotts government ownership (XSOE) and an equity fund with an unusual hedge (VQTS).