ETF Report

 SSgA Rolls Out Intermediate-Term Bond ETF

State Street Global Advisors has launched an intermediate-term bond ETF focused on investment-grade corporates and government debt.

ETF Report

 ETFs Suffer Outflows In February

Investors pulled nearly $6 billion out of ETFs in February, the first time ETF fund flows have been negative in nearly a year. The new data, compiled by the National Stock Exchange, reversed the strong trend seen in January 2009 and December 2008, when investors poured more than $80 billion into ETFs.

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Stewart Vs. Cramer

Jon Stewart torched Jim Cramer live on TV, but did he do more harm than good by slamming long-term investing as well?

Features and News

Second Diversified Long-Term Bond ETF Appears

The new SPDR bond ETF boasts a portfolio with an average maturity of 24.39%, says SSgA. 

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Muni ETFs Gain Assets In Face Of Credit Crisis

Within the next 12 months, ETFs could play a major role in helping municipal bond markets shake out, says strategist James Colby.

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ETFs Suffer Outflows As Institutions Flee SPY, QQQs

Investors pulled nearly $6 billion out of exchange-traded funds in February, the first time ETF fund flows have been negative in nearly a year.

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Preferred Stocks Gone Wild: Will You Be Safe Or Sorry?

Preferred stock yields have reached eye-popping levels. Are they too good to be true? At the very least, some caution is definitely in order.

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To Option Or Not To Option With ETFs

Adviser offers portfolios with and without options, saying he's trying to educate investors about what such strategies can and can't accomplish.