Cinthia Murphy

Cinthia Murphy is managing editor for 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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Many ETF Ways To Own S&P 500

In the vast universe of ETFs, plain vanilla is only one of the flavors you can choose from.

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Facebook & The Perils Of Market Cap ETFs

Passive investing is about owning the market, but that doesn’t mean one size fits all.

 

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Brazil ETFs’ Curious Rally

There’s no consensus on why Brazil equity ETFs are rallying, just that they sure are. 

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Israel ETFs’ Overlooked Potential

Israel is a rising developed market with emerging market growth potential, but chances are you don’t own it. 

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Why Midcap ETFs Worth A Look

The middle child in the large- versus small-cap debate is shining all on its own.

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Midyear ETF Portfolio Positioning

ETF strategists share their best investment ideas and top ETF picks for the second half the year.

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Value Hunting: Brazil Vs. Mexico

Investors are saying it’s time to take another look at Brazil equities.

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A China Internet ETF You Should Know

This KraneShares ETF seems to be packing all the punches at a time when Chinese equities sit in troubled waters.

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What’s ‘Chaikin’ With These ETFs

The IQ Chaikin ETFs are quickly gathering assets, standing out among a growing number of multifactor funds.