Investors focusing solely on a domestic
A study by the world's biggest bond fund manager strikes at the heart of indexing in Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities.
Small-cap EM funds are soaring past their foreign large-cap rivals in 2009. A pair of ETFs now available to investors offer quite different options.
High-flying junk bonds are becoming a popular option for ETF investors. But the biggest of the lot is undergoing a sort of metamorphosis.
Will the new WisdomTree currency ETF prove to be a less volatile and beneficial means to invest long term in developing markets?
Differing cost structures and methods of tracking indexes are critical when assessing ETFs. But such concerns are heightened in developing markets.
The ongoing credit crisis has revealed some startling facts about what types of risks investors face when dipping into low-quality credit waters.
Currency ETFs are a different asset class than money markets and bond funds. But they also can cut portfolio risks when paired with foreign stocks.