Fed ETF Overview

The Federal Reserve of the United States is a U.S. government agency in charge of regulating the money supply and banking institutions of the United States. The Fed actions and decisions are of great importance for the economy. The Fed mandate is to achieve maximum employment, stable prices and to moderate long-term interest rates.

ETF Strategist Corner

Fixed Income Returns During Rising Rates

It's an unusual environment for fixed income, but what if it starts to normalize?

Features and News

Yardeni: ‘Bond Vigilantes’ Not Dead Yet

Macro expert also comments on Janet Yellen’s Treasury nomination, and a key index investors should watch.

ETF Report

Low Rates: Nowhere To Go But Down?

Low rates are a problem, but there are ways to address it.

ETF Report

Forces Fueling Demand For Bond ETFs

The pandemic has brought change to everything; for bond ETFs, that’s been a good thing.

ETF.com Analysis

Insurers Sold ETFs As Fed Bought

A look at ETF trading by insurers shows they were selling bond ETFs as the Fed was buying.

ETF Strategist Corner

4 Buckets For Allocating In Current Markets

The author’s firm added another bucket to its model for a reason.

Podcasts

ETF Working Lunch: Navigating Fixed Income Now

Joining us is Kelly Ye, director of research at IndexIQ.

Features and News

What To Do About Bond ETFs Now

The market offers ample challenge and opportunity, especially across the passive/active divide.

Podcasts

Best Of ETF Prime Podcast: Summer 2020

Revisiting some of Nate Geraci’s favorite ETF conversations over the past few months.