Features and News

Claymore Plans 10 More ETFs With Wilshire

Claymore Securities, an exchange-traded fund firm known mostly for its niche investment strategies, plans to launch 10 broadly focused ETFs that again use indexes from Wilshire Associates, and follow the launch of three broad-based funds by the two firms earlier this month.

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Claymore Launches Broad Equity ETFs With Wilshire

Can Claymore move outside of niche products and capture the core of the market?

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Who's Winning The ETF Race?

In a sneak preview from January's Exchange-Traded Funds Report, we look at the state of the ETF industry in 2010.

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Investing Responsibly

A survey of current SRI (ESG) index and passive asset class funds.

ETF Report

 Who’s Winning The ETF Race?

There’s little question: The exchange-traded fund industry is booming. At the end of November 2009, U.S. ETF assets hit a new all-time high, of $752 billion, and inflows into ETFs were set to top $100 billion for the year. Based on prevailing expense ratios alone, the industry was earning $2.62 billion in annual fees.

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Claymore Filing: Equal-Weighting The Wilshire 5000?

 

Claymore, a company known for providing interesting “satellite” exchange-traded funds, is making a play for the core section of the market.

ETF.com Analysis

Investing With Conviction

I admit it: When I saw the news last week about FaithShares launching two brand-new Christian-themed ETFs, I did a bit of a double take.

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Investing In Obama With ETFs


Washington
moves markets with its policy initiatives. Here’s how to be on the right side of the Obama trade.