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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Delta Variant’s Impact On ETFs

The spread of the delta variant could be bad news for some ETFs while being a boon for others.

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ETFs Have A Place In OCIO

The U.S. OCIO market is expanding rapidly and could be a growing source of ETF flows.

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Cybersecurity ETFs' Shifting Fortunes

An ETF’s success can depend on more than just portfolio construction or performance.

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A Tamer Take On Mega Cap Growth

'NUSI' uses puts and calls to temper the volatility of mega-cap growth stocks.

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5G ETFs Fly On Growing Adoption

As 5G mobile technology evolves, these ETFs stand to benefit from the evolution of these networks.

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Global X Launches 6 Options Based ETFs

The ETF issuer launched six funds that use options to limit equity risk.

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COVID Biotech ETFs Rise At Fever Pace

ETFs that look at a subsector of biotech have significantly outperformed broader biotech funds this year.

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Online Retail ETFs Not One Size Fits All

Investors have several choices, but each offers a different take on the space.

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Reducing Risk With Bank Loan ETFs

Bank loan ETFs might be an antidote for income-sensitive investors in a complacent, low-yield fixed income environment.