Dave Nadig

Prior to becoming chief investment officer and director of research at ETF Trends, Dave Nadig was 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.

Features and News

ETFs At Center Of Dramatic Sell-Off [Wrapup]

Most of trades during Thursday's unprecedented sell-off that Nasdaq and the NYSE plan to cancel involve ETFs, and the mystery as to why hasn't yet been solved.

ETF.com Analysis

Who’ll Pay For Vanguard’s Free ETF Trades?

Hooray! Vanguard launches free trading! But wait, maybe we should really be in mourning.

ETF.com Analysis

Capturing Trendless Volatility With ETFs

There may be no perfect volatility product on the market, but smart ETF investors can profit in trendless markets with a little fancy footwork.

Features and News

Investors Shorting Real Estate, Retail, Small-Caps

Measuring short interest can be a tricky affair, but the latest report shows clearly that right now a lot of investors are pretty bearish on retail, real estate and small-cap stocks.

Journal Of Indexes

A Modest Proposal

What’s in store for unsuspecting ETF investors in 2010?

ETF Report

 Magoon Sees Continued Opportunity In ETFs

ETFR sat down with Christian Magoon to talk about the future of the ETF industry. Magoon was previously the president of Claymore Securities, and left the company after its acquisition by Guggenheim Partners.

ETF.com Analysis

Passive-Aggressive Shenanigans?

The new S&P Index vs. Active report is out. It might be a game changer, if you can cut through the spin.

Features and News

The Great SPY Tax Dodge?

Billions of dollars flow into SPY each December, only to exit in January. One reason? Investors dodging the tax-man.

ETF.com Analysis

PCEF: Powdering The Pig

Friday saw PowerShares launch the first closed-end fund-of-funds ETF. You’d be hard-pressed to notice, and maybe that’s a good thing.