SEC ETF Overview

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an agency of the U.S. federal government. It enforces the federal securities laws as well as regulates the securities industry (e.g., stock and option exchanges) in the U.S., including the creation, responsibilities and limitations of exchange-traded funds.

ETF Report

Syntax Looks To Market Institutional Approach

It’s doing so by launching an ETF and using unique SEC permission.

ETF.com Live Chat!

Live Chat: Asset Allocation ETFs & Market Timing

Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here's the transcript.

ETF.com Live Chat!

Live Chat: From Fees To Free & Bitcoins ETFs, Too

Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here's the transcript.

Features and News

Inside ETFs: Live Blog

Our live blog from the Inside ETFs 2019 conference in Hollywood, Florida.

Features and News

Competition Heats Up For Marijuana ETFs

As ‘MJ’ crosses the $1 billion mark, several would-be competitors line up for their own slice of the pie.

Features and News

Shutdown Impact Lingers For ETFs

Although the SEC's doors have reopened, troubles remain.     

Podcasts

ETF Prime Podcast: Preview Of Inside ETFs

Also, ETF.com's Lara Crigger talks about the government impact on the industry and the lingering issues.

Features and News

SEC Shutdown's Impact On ETFs

With the agency regulating ETFs largely absent, filings march on, but not much else.

ETF Strategist Corner

5 Key Investing Truths For 2019

Thoughts on normal markets and long-term investing.