Dorsey Wright Emerging Markets Technical Leaders Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Dorsey Wright Emerging Markets Technical Leaders Index ETFs gather total assets under management of $161.03M. The average expense ratio is 0.90%. Dorsey Wright Emerging Markets Technical Leaders Index ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

Daily ETF Watch

Daily ETF Watch: Schwab Expands OneSource

Commission-free ETF platform adds 18 funds.

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Tom Dorsey: ‘ETF Alchemy’ Is The Future

Crafty combos of different ETFs—‘ETF alchemy’—is the wave of the future in the world of money management, Tom Dorsey says.

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PowerShares Dorsey Wright ETFs Reach $1B

PowerShares touts assets and performance of PDP and other Dorsey Wright-linked ETFs.

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Dorsey: ETF Revolution Just Starting

The ETF is now at the center of financial markets, Dorsey Wright’s president says.

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PowerShares Adds New Dorsey Wright ETF

PowerShares rounds out suite of equity ETFs using Dorsey Wright technical screens with a fund focused on U.S. small-cap stocks.

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 Choosing Among Emerging Markets ETFs

Emerging markets are no longer considered a fringe asset class. Rather, they’re now accepted as a core part of any standard portfolio. The emerging markets ETFs space is currently dominated by two similar offerings from Vanguard and BlackRock, both of which track the same index. However, there are a number of alternatives—some of them quite new—that might hold appeal for investors with specific goals or needs.

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PowerShares, Dorsey Wright In Small-Cap Team-Up

Invesco PowerShares teams up with Dorsey Wright, hoping its new line of small-cap ETFs will be a more permanent fixture in investors’ portfolios, by serving up a tangible sector-rotation game plan.

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 Commodities ETFs In Review

While we'd never recommend chasing headlines, there's little doubt that commodities are the story of the year—perhaps of the decade. To ignore the boom and volatility of the commodities market and their secondary impacts on politics, corporate finance, food prices and the wealth of nations would be foolish.