Hot Reads: 2019 Was The ‘Year Of Zero’ For ETFs

January 13, 2020

Compiled by staff


2019 Was The 'Year of Zero' For ETFs (Morningstar)
Inflows soared, so what are these zeros?


Negative Interest Rates: The Logical Absurdity (CFA Blog)
Upside-down rates do make sense: They reveal the high cost of staying solvent.


Dividend ETFs Look Attractive (CNBC)
Unlike growth stocks, dividend stocks typically don’t offer dramatic price appreciation, but they do provide investors with a steady stream of income.


S&P 500 Bulls Make Peace With High Valuations (Bloomberg)
While the S&P 500’s valuation chart may be giving some investors flashbacks to the 2018 market meltdown, the bulls remain resolute.


The Utility Of Balance Sheet Consolidation (Pragmatic Capitalism)

To understand the monetary system, you have to get granular.


Are We Facing An Aging Crisis? (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
The upcoming demographics shift isn't something enough people or governments are prepared for.

Fundamental Vs. Technical Risk Premia (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)
The return dispersion in a price-based risk premia style category will be tighter than the dispersion for a fundamentally-based style risk factor.


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