So far in 2014, India, coffee, biotech and long-dated Treasurys have been good to investors.
No need for the horror movies, these ETFs will keep you up all night.
There are some stinkers out there, but this crazy ETF takes the cake.
One biotech ETF climbed double digits in the week ended Thursday, Jan. 9.
Volatility ETFs sank lower for the week ended Thursday, Nov. 14.
The Swedish Export Credit Corp. suspended issuance of shares in seven of its ETNs on Tuesday.
The first exchange-traded notes were launched in June of 2006 by Barclays Capital. These newcomers—the first two members of the iPath ETN family—heralded the start of a next-generation investment boom. In two short years, ETN assets have grown to more than $6.5 billion, invested in roughly 70 different products.