The big business of video gaming, and how ETFs conquered Wall St.
Performancewise, e-commerce stocks have left traditional retailers in the dust.
Strong performance marks alcohol, gaming and casino funds—but there's a catch.
The week also saw a flurry of bitcoin ETF filings hit the pipeline.
Aerospace- and defense-related ETFs offer weapons exposure.
The Chinese consumption story is playing out in the world’s gambling capital.
Van Eck moves further into the self-indexing camp with changes on two ETFs.
Both the Market Vectors Coal ETF (NYSEArca: KOL) and the Market Vectors Gaming ETF (NYSEArca: BJK) have struggled as of late, with KOL losing 27.5 percent year-to-date while BJK is down 13.8 percent over the past three months, reports Lydon.
KOL will track Market Vectors’ new Global Coal Index, while BJK will follow the Market Vectors Global Gaming index changing from the S-Network Global Gaming Index, the article said.