ETF.com Staff

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Has Gold Gone Reflexive?

As the price of gold rises, performance-chasing investors are buying gold ETFs. As gold ETFs grow their assets, the price of gold continues to rise. Where will it end?

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Loads Trumps Low Cost

American Funds vaults to the top of the mutual fund league tables for 2005, courtesy of a load-led sales force (and great performance); Will Vanguard’s growing advisor group help them compete?

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Oops! I Meant Million!

Bear Stearns hit with fine for index arbitrage violations, after one trader actually entered a $4 billion trade.

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ETF Snapshot: January 2006

State Street Global Advisor's comprehensive snapshot of the ETF markte in January, with asset counts, fund flows, and more.

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Gaming The Cockroach Effect

PowerShares to launch a small-cap Zacks ETF, tracking companies that consistently beat analyst earnings estimates.

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Three New SPDRs Trading on the AMEX

SSgA drills down to Biotech, Semiconductors and Homebuilders subsectors with the launch of three new SPDRs Exchange Traded Funds

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S&P 500 Posts Record Earnings In 2005

S&P predicts one more quarter of double-digit profit growth before the slowdown; share buybacks do their part.

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XAU Expands Abroad

With gold trading near 23-year highs, PHLX expands its XAU precious metals index with exposure to Russia, Africa and Eastern Europe.

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Exchange Index

With stock exchanges hotter than dot.com start-ups, the CBOE launches a new exchange index to capture their performance.