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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Smart Beta Gets More Complex To Charge Higher Fees

Morningstar report highlights that indexes are becoming harder to understand to justify higher ETF costs

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Deka Launches European Equity Dividend ETF

The fund tracks 50 stocks weighted by dividend yield and costs 0.3 percent

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Low Yields Pushing Investors To Alternative Funds

And cheaper, passive alternative funds are gaining interest, says new research

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Jakobsen: Australia Might Be Opportunity Of The Decade

The storm over emerging markets might be about to lift, USD will weaken and Australia will profit, says Saxo Bank’s CIO  

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ETF Securities Launches Europe’s First Cyber Security ETF

The ETFS ISE Cyber Security GO UCITS ETF lists in London today for 0.75 percent  

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Euronext To Launch London ETF Trading Venue

Euronext plans to attract ETFs that are not already listed on the LSE, to improve liquidity in Europe

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TrackInsight Expands ETF Ratings Service

Detailed information is available for 731 ETFs, and 549 funds have a rating  

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UBS Makes Smart Beta ETF Push

The 8 new ETFs track U.S. and Eurozone equities and tilt towards risk factors

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India ETFs Could Rebound After August Volatility

Indian ETFs were among the hardest hit last month but the country still has potential