Hot Reads: Active ETF Fees Under Pressure

August 06, 2021

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Active ETFs Succumb To Fee Compression (FactSet)
Year-to-date, fee pressure has been strongest in actively managed equity ETFs.

 

Why A US Bitcoin ETF Could Happen In 2021 (Washington Post)
U.S. regulators have repeatedly batted down attempts to introduce bitcoin ETFs, but that could change.

 

Which ETFs Will Robinhood’s Stock Find Itself In? (ETF Wrap)
Plus, it’s too soon to know if the trend of these individual investors who aim to outwit the pros has long legs.

 

US Employment Rises By 943K In July (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Economist median estimates ahead of the report predicted 845,000 new jobs.

 

Renewed Bitcoin ETF Hopes Trigger Rally Above $40K (CoinTelegraph)
It’s not clear if the resurgence can be sustained.

 

White House, Senators Back Stricter Crypto Reporting Rules (CNBC)
The proposed rules on cryptocurrency transaction taxation is a flashpoint in the bipartisan infrastructure bill.

 

The Problem With Negative Yields (CFA Institute)
A negatively yielding bond violates a very basic, fundamental principle.

 

Why A Dividend Portfolio Has Higher ESG Risks (Institutional Investor)
And other sustainable investing surprises!

 

Are Thematic Funds Worthy Of The Hype? (Morningstar)
Or are they a risky distraction?

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