Any excessive worry about the accelerating pace of ETF closures in the past year is off the mark.
With the future of money market funds a bit murky, the ETF industry is seizing an opportunity.
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The No. 1 feature ETFs are touted for is their low costs. But as FocusShares' failed go at the ETF market proves, there's more to it than that.
The flight to quality in financial markets is hardly news, especially with Europe seemingly on the brink. But losing money to preserve capital is neither wise nor necessary.
“We’ve been very pleased,” said Don Suskind, head of ETF Product Management at Pimco. He’s talking, of course, about the launch of the Pimco Total Return ETF, BOND.
Rates are low, but ETF sponsors sure are serving up alluring ways for investors to get the yield they crave.
Does this matter for investors?
The maturation of fixed-income ETFs has been a long time coming, and it’s only recently that they’re really taking off.