ETF Report

 Spiders Land in Europe

The Standard & Poor’s Depositary Receipts (ticker: SPY), launched in 1993 and based on the S&P 500, is the oldest, the largest and one of the best known ETFs in the world.

ETF Report

 Smaller ETFs Gaining Ground

Though the growth of exchange-traded funds has been driven by a few strong products, a dramatic reversal of fortunes in US equity markets is casting a spotlight on smaller ETFs in sectors and strategies that have been gaining favor with investors.

ETF Report

 In the Aftermath of a Crisis, ETFs Explode

When the markets reopened on Monday, September 17, after a four-day closure, ETFs plummeted, mirroring as they so accurately do the returns of the market.

ETF Report

 High praise for the Amex

“What the exchange did was nothing short of amazing”

ETF Report

 ETFs Pass Ultimate Stress Test

Exchange-traded funds are a relatively young investment, with most having become available within the last three years.

ETF Report

 Actively Managed ETFs: Is there an Audience?

As the exchange-traded fund community awaits the Security and Exchange Commission’s concept release about actively managed products, fund manufacturers and investment managers continue to debate these products’ relative merits.

Journal Of Indexes

Mood Ring

‘Growth’ And ‘Value’ Reflect The Market’s Fast-Changing Temperament

Journal Of Indexes

Personal Indexes

One Day, Artificial Intelligence Will Build Them For Each Investor