Price manipulation happens in the precious metals markets. But ETF investors probably can't tell.
In the last few weeks, two exchange-traded products lost almost all their assets.
It’s all about counterparty risk, and that risk is on the rise.
In a year that tax increases are already creating a stir, a proposal in the U.S. House sets its aim squarely on the world of ETF taxation.
Gold, despite its recent rebound, has gotten clobbered over the past three months.
When it comes to commodities investing and taxes, the devil really is in the details.
Is the growing popularity of ETNs sustainable, or has 2010 just been a VIX-related blip?
2008 was a difficult year to launch a new exchange-traded fund. Attracting assets to new ETFs is difficult in any environment, but doing so in the worst year ever for global equities is an even greater challenge.