Samsung's stock gets trashed after losing its patent case with Apple, and a number of ETFs follow suit.
ETF-land warily awaits reverberations of a federal court's ruling in the Apple-Samsung patent suit.
Can I take a moment to be indignant, to be infuriated at where we find ourselves?
The new Claymore U.S.-1 Capital Markets Index ETF (AMEX: UEM) seeks to cover most investable stocks traded in America and almost every investment-grade bond traded in the U.S. The portfolio provides access to Treasuries, investment-grade corporates as well as federal mortgage-sponsored assets and agency issues. The ETF’s expense ratio is capped at 0.37% annually through 2010.
Claymore Says Timberrr!
Claymore is offering investors access to a market segment that they may not have been able to access before. The Claymore/Clear Global Timber ETF (AMEX: CUT) is the first U.S.-listed timber fund. Previously, timber was largely restricted to institutional investors because of the high costs associated with acquiring timber land.
In mid-November, Barclays GlobalInvestors (BGI) launched eightinternational ETFs...
John Bogle is the founder of The Vanguard Group and president of the BogleFinancialMarketsResearchCenter.