Four new ETFs join the plain-vanilla family.
The markets once again prove that crystal balls are best used as paperweights.
State Street Global Advisors reveals its most sweeping fund shutdown yet.
With the U.S. stock market trading at lofty P/E ratios, value investors must look elsewhere to find bargains.
A combination of Russian funds is a better long-hold strategy than using just one.
Russia ETFs have rallied significantly, but sanctions relief could fuel even more upside.
Japan and Internet ETFs overperformed, while commodity and Brazil funds struggled.
It all could change in a flash, but so far this year, Russia equity funds have delivered outsized gains.
Russia may be shaping up to be a huge value play, but investors could use the helping hand of investing with ADRs.