ETF.com Staff

Features and News

Launch of Silver iShare in Doubt

The Silver User’s Association lobbies hard against the proposed silver ETF, claiming it would drive up prices and cost America jobs.

Features and News

SSgA Makes Branding Move

As it readies for a major expansion of its ETF line, State Street gains control of the SPDRs advertising budget.

Features and News

14 New iShares for the UK

iShares doubles the number of funds on offer in the United Kingdom; the European ETF industry comes of age.

Journal Of Indexes

Bogle's Corner

Excerpted from remarks by John C. Bog l e to the Am e ri can As s ociation of Individual Investors, Philadelphia Chapter, on May 24, 2005 .

Features and News

CalPERS CIO Decamps for Hermes

After creating a fresh 10-year investment plan for CalPERS, chief investment officer Mark Anson takes over a British pension fund.

Journal Of Indexes

Free For All

The U.S. District Court ruling in Dow Jones vs. ISE will
revolutionize the ETF options industry. The trouble is,
the judge got it wrong.

Journal Of Indexes

Talking Indexes

Social Security reform seems to have ground to a halt, despite all the analysis and politicking over the past few years. Those debates focused on various issues: the solvency of the system, the political problems of cutting benefits, how Social Security funds should be invested and how people should save for their retirement. Despite all the noise, the overriding fear of both re t i red and working people-running out of money during re t i rement -was never addressed.

Journal Of Indexes

Mom And Pop Go Passive

Passive investing is finally—finally!—gaining traction
with the retail crowd … a look at the numbers.

Journal Of Indexes

Coming Up Short On Share Lending

The SEC’s new short sale regulations could make it
impossible to short many ETFs. Traynor and company
take a close look at Regulation SHO.