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Oil ETF Filed, But Will The SEC Bite?

ETF-newcomer Ameristock hits a potential gusher by filing for the world’s first oil-linked ETF. The question is: Will it pass SEC muster?

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Fleites Out At SSgA

The man behind SSgA’s ETF business is sacked; Greg Ehret and James Ross, two SSgA insiders, take the reins.

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The CRB Gets Real

The world’s most widely recognized commodity index finally makes some sense.

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MSCI Makes Push For China

Indexing powerhouse looks east for growth, launches new index for Chinese investors.

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The Nifty Fifty, A Rydex Redux

Analysts say Rydex picked an auspicious time to launch its mega-cap ETF. The question is: will investors agree?

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The Big Bad Bond Indexing Boondoggle

S&P’s untimely downgrade of GM and Ford credit leaves bond indexers in a huge fix: Choosing between massive turnover and major benchmarking risk.

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CME Takes ETFs Into The Future(s)

In a move targeted at individual investors, CME launches futures contracts on the SPY, IWM and QQQQ.

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Vanguard to S&P: You … Complete … Me

After years of moving assets away from S&P, Vanguard has embraced a new S&P index for its Extended Market fund.

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The Diversified Dividend Aristocrats

S&P’s new dividend indexes significantly expand the playing field for dividend investors.