Drew Voros

Drew Voros has nearly 30 years' experience in financial journalism. He was a longtime business editor for the Oakland Tribune and sister papers of the Bay Area News Group, and finance writer for the Hollywood trade publication Variety. Voros' past roles have also included editor-in-chief at ETF.com and ETF Report.

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‘Trader Vic’: Global Liquidity Inflating Stocks

Veteran trader and outspoken author Vic Sperandeo says Fed fueling artificial growth and a good stock market, but not much else.

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Edelman: ETFs To Spell End Of Mutual Funds

It’s just a matter of time, but low-cost ETFs will spell the end of mutual funds.

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Yankees GM: Quant Analysis Key To Winning

Brian Cashman talks with IndexUniverse on the similarities between baseball, business, investing and quantitative analysis.

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IndexUniverse & Solactive Unveil Indexes

New benchmarks peg dollar against broader basket of currencies.

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Turk: Central Banks Losing War On Gold

Founder of bullion-dealer GoldMoney says reserve banks know rising gold prices are a reflection of their failed policies.

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James Turk On Why Bullion-Buying Central Banks Fight High Gold Prices

Founder of bullion-dealer GoldMoney says reserve banks know rising gold prices are reflection of their failed policies.

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Van Eck's Foster: Prospects Rising For Gold Miners

Gold analyst for Van Eck sees favorable conditions for gold stocks after year of CEO changes.

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Brennan: ETFs Gave Advisors Missing Tools

Vanguard’s chairman emeritus reflects on the short but profound history of exchange-traded funds and how it changed the advisory industry.

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Retiring Vanguard CIO Gus Sauter Looks Back

Outgoing chief investment officer for Vanguard reflects on 25 years and peers over the 'fiscal cliff.'