A look under the hood reveals why FXO has risen nearly 33 percent, while KBWD rose less than half of that.
Asset manager that partially backs iShares’ ‘ICF’ made regulatory moves to bring its own ETFs into the sphere.
VIX-related funds lead underperformance; mining ETFs fall into deeper hole.
Lynne Kinney and Carl Choy of CKW Financial Group favor IVV over SPY.
A noteworthy regulatory filing from J.P. Morgan could bring the firm’s first ’40 Act ETF to market.
The ‘fundamental’ ETF shop RevenueShares hopes to offer active ETFs.
TAN leads performance by a landslide year-to-date, but the nine other funds that follow are impressive in their own right.
Franklin Templeton’s first foray into ETFs, an active, short-term bond fund, looks to be nearing launch.
CKW Financial Group principal favors emerging market-debt and active investments, as long as they know their place.