Social media has made quite a splash, even in the world of ETFs. But is it deserved?
European officials have been kicking the can down the road for years. But it seems like that road is ending sooner rather than later. Investors beware.
If ever there was a golden era to hold inverse or leveraged equity ETFs, the past six months have been it.
It’s great to find an ETF with a dirt-cheap expense ratio, but it’s even better to find a fund that tracks its index closely.
Trying to fit diamonds, a luxury good, into the commodity ETF space is a pricing stretch.
The proposed IndexIQ Physical Diamond Trust strikes me as nonsense, and I’ll tell you why.
In the ETF world, it’s no secret that the early bird gets the AUM, leaving latecomers to battle it out.
High-dividend ETFs are all the rage these days due to uncertainty in the global economy. But pity the investors who have more than 50 funds to choose from.
The recently registered Sprott Physical Platinum and Palladium Trust is just convoluted.