Kelly Haughton

ETF Report

 High praise for the Amex

“What the exchange did was nothing short of amazing”

ETF Report

 ETFs Pass Ultimate Stress Test

Exchange-traded funds are a relatively young investment, with most having become available within the last three years.

ETF Report

 Fighting For Shelf Space, ETFs Take On ADRs

"You’d have to buy a basket to get the diversification that an ETF offers"

ETF Report

 It Pays to Advertise

When Barclays Global Investments launched its iShares products with an advertising blitz in June 2000, including television ads, it could have started a whole new ball game in marketing financial services products.

ETF Report

 Dissecting The iShare Nasdaq Biotech

When the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology fund was launched on February 5, many wondered whether a rapidly deflating Nasdaq index was still a safe bet for an exchange-traded fund

ETF Report

 ETF Assets Stay Level Through Volatile 1Q

At first glance, first quarter performance data for exchange-traded funds
look great, considering that blue chip stocks traded near bear market territory
and technology stocks set records for losses

ETF Report

 Portfolio Company Sues Merrill Over Inclusion in HOLDR

"Defendants reap profits, companies shoulder the expenses"

ETF Report

 ETF Assets Stay Level Through Volatile 1Q

At first glance, first quarter performance data for exchange-traded funds look great, considering that blue chip stocks traded near bear market territory and technology stocks set records for losses.

ETF Report

 ETFs May Change, but HOLDRs are Forever

Though they are often set aside or excluded in discussions about exchange-traded funds, the assets under management for Merrill Lynch’s Holding Company Depositary Receipts, or HOLDRs, have been growing steadily right alongside standard ETFs.