Hot Reads: 10% GDP Growth In Q1?

March 03, 2021

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

US Economy On Fire, With 10% GDP Growth Expected (CNBC)
Economic growth in the first quarter could hit 10%, according to a Federal Reserve tracker, with Congress possibly spending another $1.9 trillion.

 

World’s Largest Asset Managers Finally Taking ESG Seriously (Institutional Investor)
Many big asset managers are developing ratings systems, publishing research and voting policies on ESG issues.

 

Biden SEC Pick Has Crypto Concerns (Yahoo Finance)
Gary Gensler says the challenge in cryptocurrencies is protecting investors.

 

Where SPACs Pay Off ... & Where They Don’t (Institutional Investor)
Researchers found that investors typically lose money after SPAC mergers.

 

Bitcoin Grows Up (Validea)
There are important maturity events taking place superficially and beneath the surface.

 

‘FINX’ Offers Concentrated Exposure To Fintech (Seeking Alpha)
A deep dive into the portfolio of and investment argument for the Global X FinTech Thematic ETF (FINX).

 

Guinness Atkinson Schedules Mutual-Fund-To-ETF Conversion (BusinessWire)
Two of its “Dividend Builder” mutual funds will be turned into ETFs in late March.

 

Insurmountable Barrier Facing Robo Advice (Advisor Perspectives)
Because humans are irrational, human financial advisors are never going away.

 

Should You Go Active With High Yield Bonds? (Morningstar)
Indexing may not be the best route when it comes to risky credit.

 

Momentum Crashes Should Be Expected (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)
The factor is simply the manifestation of herding behavior by investors.

 

Everyone’s Talking About Bubbles (Capital Spectator)
But is it time to act yet?

 

Being Honest About Investment Performance (Dollars & Data)
Ultimately, the only thing that matters is whether your portfolio is providing enough growth to meet your future financial needs.

 

Congress’s Infrastructure Plan Must Prioritize Climate Issues (FA Magazine)
Sacrificing climate investments at the altar of budget neutrality would be a grave mistake.

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