Drew Voros

Drew Voros is editor-in chief of ETF.com, supervising the full suite of publications, newsletters and websites, including ETF.com and ETF Report. He has over 25 years' experience in journalism, including serving as the longtime business editor for the Oakland Tribune and sister papers of the Bay Area News Group.

Features and News

How A Small ETF Issuer Competes

Cambria’s Meb Faber on how his company has approached the ETF market differently, and is making an impact.

Features and News

Cheap Active Mgmt Prudential’s ETF Goal

One of the world’s largest asset managers jumped into the ETF pool this year with active management in mind.

ETF.com Analysis

Fidelity ‘Fixxed’ By Less Than Zero

Firm’s zero-fee index funds are striking a chord.

Features and News

Dividend Sector Sweet Spot In ETFs

Former Lehman Bros. VP Larry McDonald talks dividends and how Trump will combat higher rates with lower credit standards.

Features and News

Behind The ETF Scenes: BNY Mellon

There is a lot of work and services behind the scenes of the ETF industry, as BNY’s Jeff McCarthy explains.

Weekly ETF Flows

Weekly ETF Inflows See Rare Retreat

Sector index shift triggers rotation and rebalancing in and out of sector ETFs.

ETF.com Analysis

2 ETF Stories Worth Watching

Active mutual funds are losing assets at the fastest rate ever, and ETF issuers continue to add new wrinkles to the ETF space.

ETF.com Analysis

Wall St. Whale Makes ETF Splash

J.P. Morgan has been lurking in the ETF waters for years, but it just made a big splash.

ETF.com Analysis

Indexing Sheds Passive Clothing

Backbone of passive ETFs is morphing into a new definition.