Journal Of Indexes

Beating The Drag

How can an index fund manager put millions of dollars in new inflows to work quickly? Lerman has the answer.

Features and News

Major Market Reform Adopted Amidst Rancor Forces Best Price

In the biggest market regulation change in years, the SEC has adopted reg NMS amist fury in many quarters and threats from lawmakers to legislate the regulation out of existance. Who wins? You?

Features and News

Investors Drain Money from ETFs; Fund Flows Favor Bonds

ETF assets rose slightly in February as money moved away from U.S. equities and into bonds and international assets.

Journal Of Indexes

All Things Being Equal

Not all investable indexes are capitalization- or dollar-weighted. Equal weighting puts a cap-dampening twist on the S&P 500 that many investors find appealing.

Journal Of Indexes

The Curmudgeon

This issue the Curmudgeon finds a way to tie President Clinton’s peccadillos to the ETF growth story.

Features and News

ETF Assets Flat in April

135 funds have $162 billion, according to latest ICI data.

Features and News

SEC Debates Market Reform, NYSE and Nasdaq Research Comments

The SEC debates market reform, and the stakes are huge. Here are two different view on the most controversial SEC proposal, an easy of the trade through rule.

Features and News

Gary Gensler - Testimony on Mutual Fund Reform

Former Under Secretary of the Treasury and book co-author addresses U.S. Senate.