Eurozone ETF losses last week were doubled, as the euro was weakened by debt-crisis skeptics.
A soaring Mexican peso more than doubled first-quarter returns for U.S. investors.
The Aussie dollar’s weakness trashed U.S. investors’ returns last week, but ‘no worries.’
The flagging yen almost ruined returns for U.S. investors last week.
How two weird trades on the new MLP ETF, YMLP, became the latest lesson for investors.
U.S. investors suffer from real depreciation.
Paul & Paul, I loved your blogs, and I understand your support for greater regulation. But, come on.
Creating a better regulatory environment sounds great, but the Volcker Rule belongs nowhere near ETFs.
After last week’s downgrade of RBS by Moody’s, I have to ask , is that the best means of determining credit risk for ETN investors?