Paul Amery

Paul Amery is the former European editor of ETF.com.

Features and News

EM Sell-Off Brings Out Bargain Hunters

Contrarians say it's time to invest in emerging market stocks.

ETF.com Analysis

Regulators’ Self-Indexing Requirements Are As Clear As Mud

The confusing rules for disclosure in ETFs and the indices underlying them offer fertile ground for new scandals  

Features and News

SEC Self-Index Rule Hurts ETF Brands

Looser constraints on in-house indices risk major conflicts of interest, says leading benchmark firm.

Features and News

Gold Investors Nurse First-Half Bruises

Market specialists see crumbs of comfort after the ­worst-ever half for commodity ETPs.

Features and News

Gold Investors Nurse First-Half Bruises

Market specialists see crumbs of comfort after the ­worst-ever half for commodity ETPs.

Features and News

iShares’ Claims Make Me Nervous

ETFs offer a window into the behavior and liquidity of an underlying asset class—but nothing more.

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Bond Market Volatility Tests ETFs

The June market sell-off raises questions about the robustness of bond ETFs.

Features and News

A Bond ETF Growth Hiccup

The outlook for bond ETFs remains positive despite market jitters, say issuers.

ETF.com Analysis

Efficiency Gains

Structural improvements are being made in Europe’s ETF market, promising a healthy long-term outlook for the sector