Hot Reads: The 2 Sides Of Volatility

April 29, 2020

Compiled by Staff


2 Sides Of Volatility (Indexology)
Is volatility particularly challenging for index fund owners, or for active investors?


Leveraged ETFs Betting Against Stocks Lure $5.6B In April (Bloomberg)
Those funds are now on track for their best month on record.


Alternative Ways To Manage Risk (Validea) 
Looking beyond the traditional 60/40 portfolio.


A Safe Haven For Investors Seeking Stable Income (Seeking Alpha)
The merits of the iShares Ultra Short-Term Bond ETF (ICSH) include a low default rate and low interest rate risk.


Talk Is Cheap (Of Dollars & Data)
On words versus actions, and the power of revealed preferences.


Long Bonds & Gold As Portfolio Diversifiers (Morningstar)
Should equity investors consider holding less of the former and more of the latter?


Fed Gets Into Direct Lending (CNBC)
The Fed has reached out to banks for feedback on its Main Street lending program ahead of its launch.


Executive Pay Is Virus Focal Point for ESG Investors (Bloomberg)
ESG investors are preparing to scrutinize executive pay like never before.


7 Low-Cost Gold ETFs (Kiplinger)
Virus-linked concerns about global economic weakness have upped gold prices by 12% in 2020.


FANG ETFs Lose Ground (MarketWatch)
Investors are rotating away from tech.


Inflation Didn’t Materialize After The Last Crisis (Institutional Investor)
J.P. Morgan thinks this time is different.

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