ETNs have been getting a lot of bad press lately. Between the path-dependent fees embedded in some prospectuses, the collapsing premiums on ETNs that have closed creations, and leveraged products that have moved the wrong way, it hasn't been a good time to be an ETN—or an issuer, for that matter.
With the equity market plunging this month and interest rates so low, it’s no wonder investors are piling into dividend ETFs to supplement their incomes.
Nasdaq turned heads a few weeks ago when it made some changes to its index rules, because everyone felt it was all about Facebook’s IPO. But look before you leap.
Rising premium for iPath Natural Gas ETN is both a red flag and a sell signal.
The natural gas ETN trades at more than twice its fair value. That won’t last forever.
What's the best broad-based agriculture commodities ETF to meet your needs?
What’s a worse idea than buying four expensive single-commodity ETFs? Buying an even more expensive ETF that holds those four expensive single-commodity ETFs.
This morning, I got into an argument with our managing editor, Olly Ludwig, about dividend ETFs.
If you’re still holding a commodities ETF that invests in front-month futures, it’s time to upgrade.