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FlexShares Lists Factor Tilt ETFs

By Cinthia Murphy | September 28, 2012
The ETF firm is adding emerging markets and developed ex-U.S. ETFs to its roster.

Invest Your Time In Latest Bogle Book

By Olivier Ludwig | September 28, 2012
Bogle’s latest book tells the tale of where we are, how we got here and how might we move on.

Daily ETF Flows: SPY Gathers $1.48B

September 28, 2012
SPY pulled in $1.48 billion on Thursday, Sept. 27, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets rose to more than $1.304 trillion.

Dow Industrials, Transports Part Ways

By Cinthia Murphy | September 27, 2012
The divergence between two market indexes could mean market bulls will soon have a day of reckoning.

Pulling In Opposite Directions

By Paul Amery | September 27, 2012
Tensions rise between index providers and their exchange owners. Investors in passive funds need to pay close attention.

Fuhr Builds Out ETFGI Team With Ex-iShares Colleague

By Rebecca Hampson | September 27, 2012

Inside Schwab’s ETF Price Cuts

By Olly Ludwig | September 27, 2012
Schwab’s ETF price cuts are definitely a good deal, but how good?

Exploiting The Yield Chasers

By Paul Amery | September 26, 2012
Income-seekers are driving the performance of low-vol indices, creating opportunities in other asset classes.

Barclays: QE3 Means Take On More Risk

By Olly Ludwig | September 26, 2012
Central banks are clearly encouraging risk-taking, but investors should pick their spots, Barclays says.

Arnott: The Glidepath Illusion

By Rob Arnott | September 25, 2012
No strategy can make up for inadequate savings or premature retirement.

FTSE Puts Argentina On Notice

By Olly Ludwig | September 25, 2012

Self-Indexing: Investor Friend Or Foe?

By Cinthia Murphy and Olly Ludwig | September 25, 2012
If BlackRock gets the green light to self-index, the world of ETFs may never be the same.

Case Shiller: Housing Inks Another Uptick

By Cinthia Murphy | September 25, 2012
It seems housing has finally found a bottom it can live with.

Making Sense Of Low-Volatility Funds

By Charlotte Moore | September 25, 2012
The recent surge of interest in low-volatility strategies hasn’t dulled the debate about the validity of this index approach.

ProShares Sets Share Splits On 11 ETFs

By Olly Ludwig | September 24, 2012
ProShares plans share splits on 11 ETFs, including a reverse split of the huge 2x inverse T-bond fund, TBT.

Global X To Shut Down 4 ETFs

By Cinthia Murphy | September 24, 2012
The ETF graveyard claims another four niche funds.

iPath Sets VXX 1-For-4 Reverse Split

By Olly Ludwig | September 24, 2012
Contango and declining volatility lead to a reverse split for the market’s most popular VIX ETN.

Schwab Cuts Fees On All Its ETFs

By Olly Ludwig | September 21, 2012
Schwab unveils ETF price cuts that make all its funds cheapest in their respective classes.

Summit's Smith: Oil Price Downside Limited

By Cinthia Murphy | September 21, 2012
Despite hefty oil inventories, another round of quantitative easing should keep oil values underpinned, Summit Energy’s Matt Smith says.

VelocityShares Files For Its First ETFs

By Olly Ludwig | September 21, 2012
The ETN sponsor is looking to expand into ETFs with U.S. hedged and emerging market equities funds.
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