Hot Reads: 60/40 Portfolio Not Dead Yet

September 10, 2020

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Can The 60/40 Portfolio Still Work? (Wealth of Common Sense)
The 60/40 portfolio has died a thousand deaths in the past decade or so.
 

Tech-Themed ETFs Explode (CNBC Edge)
What’s driving the gains?

 

GDP Rebound Expected In Q3 (Capital Spectator)
After a record decline, a strong but partial recovery is in the cards.

 

ETF Sees Disruptive Innovation Drive Growth (Seeking Alpha) 
The ARK Genomic Revolution ETF (ARKG) is primed for accelerated growth in the medium and long term.

 

ETF DeathWatch For August 2020 (Invest With An Edge)
The funds added to the list in August were a mix of products.
 

Market Mayhem Will Test New Robinhood Traders (CNN Money)
The sudden return of turbulence on Wall Street is a rude awakening for newbie investors.

 

Markets Have Lived Through Retail Investing Boom Before (CNBC)
Retail investors have been fueling a frenzied buying boom in markets this year.

 

New SPAC Index Beckons ETFs While Now-Dead Gauge Warns Of Pain (Bloomberg)
Hottest trend in IPOs heats up the race to launch themed funds.

 

Retail Investors Plan Massive Asset Shift Based On U.S. Elections (Institutional Investor)
Nearly two-thirds of investors plan to make portfolio changes based on the outcome.

 

Investors Unprepared For Long-Forgotten Risk (Institutional Investor)
Inflation likely coming, and it requires some creative portfolio construction, says Fidelity.

 

Online Shopping ETF Has Post-Pandemic Utility (Benzinga)
The ProShares Online Retail ETF, “ONLN,” is up more than 73% year to date.

 

What To Do If You Don't Have A 401(k) (Morningstar)
Evaluating the best options for tax-efficient and automatic savings outside company plans.

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