If risk is on your mind following the 'Brexit' vote, short-selling Europe-related ETFs could be your cup of tea.
Here are some favorite funds that advisors like going into the new year.
European officials have been kicking the can down the road for years. But it seems like that road is ending sooner rather than later. Investors beware.
After last week’s downgrade of RBS by Moody’s, I have to ask , is that the best means of determining credit risk for ETN investors?
A year later is as good a time as any for a double-dip ETF portfolio review.
Matt McCall isn’t as worried as lot of other people that the
Choosing the right ETF as euro keeps sliding.
It used to be that currency investing was something for the sophisticated investor (or adviser), rather than a tool used by the average market participant. That began to change near the end of 2005, when Rydex launched the first of its CurrencyShares ETFs—the CurrencyShares Euro Trust (NYSE Arca: FXE).
No one is panicking, but the credit crisis has cast a pall over the ETN marketplace.