ETF.com’s Sumit Roy discusses which of the 100+ new funds of 2019 look the most interesting to him.
Also, six big changes that could transform ETFs.
Gold miner ETFs have had a volatile year, but have achieved mostly positive returns.
Fund screens components for their compliance with Islamic principles.
The segment’s relative underperformance may be about to find its much-needed catalyst.
These funds have struggled to find their footing in a strong year for markets.
Issuers can change their benchmarks at any time—without investor approval.
Also, similarities between Libra and ETFs.
Growing demand and strong equity performance push U.S.-listed ETF assets above $4 trillion.
A closer look at factor investing reveals higher risk than reward.
Also, ‘ZIG’ when the market zags.
Also, Fed’s Powell locks in interest rate cut this month.
Also, J.P. Morgan launches robo advisor with free ETFs.
Most investors are measuring volatility all wrong and overlooking the importance of correlations.
A review of key factors that may influence global financial markets.
The actively managed short duration ETF is a tool designed to meet customer demand in the current environment.
One ETF launches as another goes effective.
Just two years ago, assets hit $3 trillion.
ETF Managers Group shutting down its smallest fund.
Nontransparent active ETFs finally approved.
Insurance companies seeking ETFs to diversify the holdings in their general accounts.
A look at the recent performance of European stocks, rare earth metals and other areas of the market.