IPOs tend to outperform initially, so mutual fund firms will load up new funds with them to attract investors via performance.
Two ETFs already own Snapchat, but most funds won't buy it until a later date.
New firm puts an ETF targeting IPOs into registration.
There’s a cheaper alternative to initial public offering ETFs.
These varying strategies bring varied results.
These ETFs promise outperformance, but have they delivered?
A look at ETF.com's powerful revamping of its classification of U.S. total market ETFs.
Mining the ETF universe for niche funds to augment core exposure means investors can get activelike exposure, but at passive prices.
While Alibaba’s shares are on a tear, the waves China’s Internet giant are making in ETFs is another story.