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.

ETF.com Analysis

Mixed Messages For Retail ETFs

Uneasy consumers haven’t slowed their spending, but the impact on retail ETFs remains uncertain.

Bitcoin & Crypto

Crypto Complex Yawns At Launch

As the first U.S. bitcoin ETF begins trading, cryptomarkets seem to have baked in much of the enthusiasm already.

Features and News

ETF Alternatives To ‘ARKK’

ARK’s disruptive tech ETF has been sinking this year while comparable ETFs are flying high.

Features and News

Uranium ETFs Explode

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

ETF.com Analysis

Warm Up To Climate Change Investing

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

Features and News

Best Performing ETFs 3Q 2021

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

Features and News

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.

Features and News

Investors Overlook Commodity ETFs

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

Features and News

High Cash Allocations Not Always Bad

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