Cinthia Murphy

Cinthia Murphy is managing editor of ETF.com, specializing in all things ETFs. Her experience includes time at Dow Jones and former BridgeNews, covering commodity futures markets in Chicago and Brazil equities in Sao Paulo. Murphy has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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Discerning Market Signal From Noise

An ETF strategist shares what key data points inform his next portfolio move at a time of deafening noise.

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Know Your Emerging Market Exposure

As a global virus takes hold, remember that emerging market ETFs offer different access to various countries.

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What To Expect From Semi-Transparent ETFs

ACI’s Matt Lewis talks about the firm’s plans for ActiveShares and other semi-transparent models.

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Why Semi-Transparent ETFs Protect Investors

Legg Mason’s Rick Genoni dives into the investment case for an ETF wrapper that isn’t fully transparent.

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The Cost Of Focusing Exclusively On ETF Fees

Vanguard’s Rich Powers on lagging advisor adoption of ETFs that don’t fall into the “low-cost core” category.

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Nothing Little About ‘Mini-SPY’ ETF

State Street’s Noel Archard talks big trends, including the growing opportunity in low-cost, "mini" versions of big ETFs.

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What’s Ahead For Fixed Income Investors

Rieger Report’s JR Rieger breaks down the outlook and the opportunities in fixed income this year.

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Under The Hood Of 2 New ESG ETFs

These Sharia-compliant ETFs take risk mitigation and debt deleveraging to heart.

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What Global ETF Investors Want

The Brown Brothers Harriman/ETF.com annual investor survey points to several interesting trends in the ETF space.