Jessica Ferringer

Jessica Ferringer, CFA, is a writer and analyst for ETF.com. She has 10 years of experience in investment research and due diligence, including helping to manage ETF portfolios. Jessica has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Lafayette College and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.

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Uranium ETFs Explode

Uranium-linked ETFs have gone nuclear recently, and there are signs the rally won’t decay anytime soon.

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Warm Up To Climate Change Investing

Climate risk isn't being adequately priced into many ETFs, but there are signs the tides are turning.

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Worst Performing ETFs Of The Year

The worst performers have fallen by 22-59% through the end of the third quarter.

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Best Performing ETFs Of The Year

The top performers gained from 61% to 363% through the end of the third quarter.

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Leveraged ETFs Don’t Always Deliver

Leveraged and inverse ETFs appeal to speculative investors who want to go big, but they aren’t always what they seem.

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Investors Overlook Commodity ETFs

Commodity ETFs don’t get the appreciation they deserve in the current market environment.

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High Cash Allocations Not Always Bad

Though high cash allocations are often seen in a negative light, actively managing cash levels has benefits too.

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Shifting Yield Curve Impacts ETFs

As longer-term Treasury yields march higher, the effects are being felt in the performance of various ETFs.

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Dual Impact ETFs Seek To Do Good

Want to use your investment portfolio to help prevent cardiovascular disease? There’s an ETF for that.