In October, flows into EEM outpaced those into VWO for the first time since April. So what’s up?
European markets have been plagued by bad news and volatility for months. Luckily, ETF investors have tools with which to protect themselves.
One of the major misunderstandings many investors have about commodities ETFs is how futures-based ETFs work.
Dividend ETFs have been all the rage lately, and it’s not hard to see why.
Over the past month or so, I’ve watched movements of bond ETFs with great interest.
When I look at all the various ETFs that are in the works, I find myself wondering if sometimes we’re seeing too much of a good thing.
Moody’s downgraded Japan’s sovereign debt rating on Tuesday from ‘Aa2’ to ‘AA3,’ citing the budget deficit and buildup in government debt.
People have been talking about ‘growth’ vs. ‘value’ investing for a long time and, judging by the growing ETF market, they’re not going to stop talking any time soon.
The blog 'The Power Of Securities Lending' contained incorrrect returns of the ETFs discussed. Because of those erroneous data, IndexUniverse is retracting the blog. We apologize for the error.