Value investing is about more than short-term performances, it’s a long-term commitment.
Recent market action suggests the days of growth’s dominance over value stocks may be over.
PowerShares files for two more fund-of-funds ETFs using rotation strategies.
Newcomer Alpha Architect will roll out value-focused actively managed fund.
People have been talking about ‘growth’ vs. ‘value’ investing for a long time and, judging by the growing ETF market, they’re not going to stop talking any time soon.
New research from Morgan Stanley found that inflows into U.S.-listed ETFs topped $11.6 billion in the first three months of 2007, bringing total ETF assets in the U.S. to approximately $480 billion. That actually represents a significant slowdown in asset growth, as it calculates out to just 10 percent annualized growth. In comparison, the industry grew 40 percent in 2006.
First Trust rolls out 17 alpha-seeking ETFs, pushing the total number of U.S.-listed ETFs over 500.