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Markets Rally On Scotland's 'No' Vote

By Rachael Revesz | September 19, 2014
The Scottish people have voted to stay within the U.K., boosting markets this morning.

US On Pace To Be Top Oil Producer In 2015

By Sumit Roy | September 19, 2014
Crude prices attempt to bounce off support levels even as U.S. output surges.

Eugene Fama: Active Management A Fallacy

By Cinthia Murphy | September 18, 2014
The Nobel laureate known as one of the founders of passive investing lets loose on active management.  

India ETFs Are Hot, But May Be Overbought

By Olly Ludwig | September 18, 2014
India may well take investors to the promised land, but getting there won’t always be a smooth ride.

Use Options For Emerging Market Selloff

By Scott Nations | September 18, 2014
Not today, not tomorrow, but by November one put options trader sees an EEM drawdown.

Kranefuss Returns To US Market With New ETF

By Cinthia Murphy | September 16, 2014
The ‘father of ETFs’ is helping Source enter the U.S. market.

Health Care ETFs Outpacing Market

By Cinthia Murphy | September 15, 2014
Obamacare is adding fuel to a rally two-plus years in the making.

Tempting Fate With VXX Options

By Scott Nations | September 11, 2014
As if the vagaries of VIX weren’t enough, one options trader is tempting fate by selling VXX puts.

Mackintosh On What Fuels Low-Cost Trading

By Drew Voros | September 11, 2014
Phil Mackintosh, freshly arrived at KCG Holdings from Credit Suisse, discusses his new role, making markets for ETFs, high-frequency trading and much more.

ETF Investors Bracing For Alibaba IPO

By Cinthia Murphy | September 10, 2014
There’s a lot to consider about the Chinese e-commerce giant’s IPO.

New ‘Thematic’ ETF Firm Makes Its Pitch

By Cinthia Murphy | September 10, 2014
Ark Investment Management’s Jane Kanter tells us why the firm’s approach is so compelling.

3 Lessons The US Can Take From Japan

By Cinthia Murphy | September 08, 2014
As the Fed plans its exit strategy, Japan’s recent history can offer some good guidance.

5 Reasons Why Low Vol Will Outperform

By Rachael Revesz | September 05, 2014
It's a bit of mind-bender, but low volatility could keep outperforming broader markets.

ECB Cuts Rates Again To Boost Markets

By Rachael Revesz | September 04, 2014
The European Central Bank action brings further good news for eurozone equities and bonds.

Betting Against Hong Kong With FXI Puts

By Scott Nations | September 04, 2014
With China turning the screws on Hong Kong’s freedom, is it time to buy FXI puts?

SPLV Vs DEF: Different Flavors Of Defense

By Cinthia Murphy | September 04, 2014
For nervous investors bracing for a stock-market pullback, two funds offer real choices.

Direxion Adds To Wave Of ETF Closures

By Heather Bell | September 03, 2014
The firm, best known for its leveraged and inverse funds, will shut down five ‘Bear 3X’ ETFs.

Reasons To Invest In Taiwan Mounting

By Olly Ludwig | September 03, 2014
Amid all nail-biting surrounding the global recovery, tech-heavy Taiwan keeps chugging along.

New ETF Issuer WBI Pulls In $1B-Plus

By Matt Hougan and Olly Ludig | August 29, 2014
Fund issuer surprises with huge money inflow into 10 new funds.

The Great Emerging Markets Rebound

By Cinthia Murphy | August 29, 2014
After 2013’s sell-off, it’s almost a no-brainer that emerging markets are looking attractive.
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