Rachael Revesz

Rachael Revesz joined ETF.com in August 2013 as staff writer. Previously an investment reporter at Citywire, she has a background in writing content for retail financial advisors and has covered a wide range of subjects in finance. Revesz studied journalism at PMA Media, which has since merged with the Press Association. She also holds a B.A. in modern languages from Durham University, as well as CF1 and CF2 financial planning certificates from the CII.

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U.S. Equity ETFs Gain Most Money In November

These ETFs gathered $21.4 billion last month in light of a more positive economic outlook

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SPDR Launches US Bond ETFs

The funds cover US Treasuries and corporate bonds with fees between 0.17% and 0.20%

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SPDR Launches Japanese ETFs

The funds are unhedged and euro hedged and are physically replicated

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Tilney Turns To Smart Beta To Lure Advisers

Tilney is one of the first discretionary fund managers to offer non market cap passive funds to clients

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Behold The ETF That Tracks The “Best” Active Traders

The new fund will be launched by CoalFace Capital in 2016 and pays traders for successful outcomes

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Residential Property To Provide New Investor Opportunity

Research shows residential property is finding its way into more funds and has enjoyed extensive capital appreciation  

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Revealed: Top 10 UK Advisers Using ETFs

As selected by ETF Report UK for the depth of their knowledge, the strength of their client relationships and their spirit of innovation

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Active ETF Assets Reach New Record

New research gives a positive spin on the assets in actively managed ETFs

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Kranefuss: All Physical Or All Synthetic Is “Nonsense”

Source chairman says ETF issuers should offer variety and its upcoming physical equity ETF range is not the be-all and end-all