This fund's small banks stand to benefit most from Congress' Dodd-Frank rollback.
Markets surged in the month since the election. Here are the ETFs that have outperformed.
While the broad markets swim in red, here are some funds that are up for the year.
Last month was not kind to some high-flyers from 2013, including solar.
In the ETF world, it’s no secret that the early bird gets the AUM, leaving latecomers to battle it out.
On Oct. 24, State Street Global Advisors changed the indexes on five of its ETFs from benchmarks provided by KBW to a quintet from Standard & Poor’s in a shift that belied a bit of intrigue involving Invesco PowerShares.
Invesco PowerShares launched four new financial-industry ETFs in October, based on the same KBW indexes State Street Global Advisors stopped using on a group of similar funds.
For indexing nerds, the story behind competing families of PowerShares and SSgA financial ETFs is worth digging into.