Dave Nadig

Dave Nadig is managing director of ETF.com. Previously, he was director of ETFs at FactSet Research Systems. Before that, as managing director at BGI, Nadig helped design some of the first ETFs. As co-founder of Cerulli Associates, he conducted some of the earliest research on fee-only financial advisors and the rise of indexing.

ETF.com Analysis

Growth Vs. Value: Death Of A Paradigm

Growth and value investing has been on life support for a long time now. Last year, someone finally pulled the plug.

ETF.com Analysis

Diversification? Where!?

Every investor knows diversification is important. But not every investor actually measures their diversification using the only tool that matters: correlations.

ETF.com Analysis

Do More Stable Home Prices Make UMM A Buy?

The first quarterly increase in the S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index in three years certainly has warmed the hearts of investors. Now, MacroShares has given them a way to play. Should they?

ETF Report

 Choosing Bond ETFs

Exchange-traded fund investors often approach the fixed-income market with fear. Many are more familiar with equities, and don’t know where to position their portfolios in the fixed-income space. Matt Hougan addresses that issue in "The Case For International Fixed-Income Investing" in this issue.

Features and News

Active Management: Back To The Stone Age?

The latest S&P scorecard is out. And our own research director, an ex-active manager, is mad as hell. Hear him roar!

Features and News

Stand-Up Guy Vs. Fall-Guy

John Hyland's refusal to play regulatory roulette with UNG amounts to an immediate $1 million ding. Is it the right call for investors?

Features and News

Practical Ways To Hold Down Costs With Bond ETFs

In this study of historic discount/premium swings for bond ETFs, some clear patterns emerge that investors need to consider.


Features and News

Do Fixed-Income ETFs Work?

In this two-part series, our analytics and research strategists study premium and discount characteristics of different types of bond ETFs.

ETF.com Analysis

Butting Heads Over Portfolio Disclosure

There are plenty of reasons for Fidelity to avoid the ETF market. But the biggest one is regal denuding.