Investors moderated risk in September, but there are many ETF tools for that beyond the yellow metal.
Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here's the transcript.
Four years after the last target-date ETF closed, ETFs are staging a comeback in target-date funds—from within the portfolio.
For many, target-date and balanced funds make a lot of sense, but they lack tax efficiency.
Diversifying investment styles rather than reaching for yield and returns is an option.
They may seem convoluted, but there are good reasons for using them.