Index Investing ETF Overview

Index investing, also known as passive investment management, simply attempts to track the performance of an index. Investors can use techniques such as full replication or factor optimization to match the index performance.

For many investors, index funds are attractive vehicles due to their low costs and exposure to a desired market. An intangible benefit of index investing is the introduction of an established set of rules that help the investor keep track of his or her objectives.

Features and News

ETF Of The Week: $750M To New Canada Fund 

Another new-to-market J.P. Morgan ETF grows overnight.

Features and News

Are Fidelity’s Free Funds Really Free?

Free expense ratios don’t necessarily mean a free ride.

Podcasts

ETF Prime Podcast: Fidelity Goes To Zero

Dave Nadig discusses Fidelity winning the race to zero, but underlying holdings mean much more.

ETF.com Analysis

2 ETF Stories Worth Watching

Active mutual funds are losing assets at the fastest rate ever, and ETF issuers continue to add new wrinkles to the ETF space.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Week: New Bitcoin Filing; Tech Fund Debuts

Plus, there was a bevy of launches.

 

Podcasts

ETF Prime Podcast: Can iShares Evolve Sector Classifications?

ETF.com's Drew Voros discusses the best- and worst-performing ETFs so far this year. 

Index Investor Corner

Swedroe: Investors Defy Evidence

Despite plenty of proof that active management doesn't work, investors' beliefs can get in the way.

Daily ETF Watch

1st Crypto Index ETF Filed

Bitwise has filed for an ETF tracking a basket of cryptocurrencies.

Features and News

Why Midcap ETFs Worth A Look

The middle child in the large- versus small-cap debate is shining all on its own.