Friday Hot Reads: Stocks Slump, ETFs See Inflows

February 02, 2018

Compiled by Staff


ETFs See $4B In Daily Inflows As Stocks Slump (Bloomberg)

Could be a harbinger of what's to come in a downturn.


How ETF Firms Are Competing (Alpha Architect) 

Low prices help, but there are other factors to consider. 


Vanguard Faces Pushback From Other Firms (ThinkAdvisor)

Vanguard refuses to share costs, so firms are removing Vanguard from their platforms or hiking fees.

3 Big Questions On Sustainable Investing (BlackRock)

A key investment area is gathering steam.


Preparing For Stock Market’s Inevitable Fall (MarketWatch)
Odds are good the worst is yet to come.


Wells Fargo Dials Up Risk In Target Date Funds (CNBC)

After bank decided to ramp up risk in its age-based retirement funds in 2017, one of its largest customers decided to call it quits.

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