Hot Reads: Active ETFs Suddenly Grabbing Investors’ Attention

Hot Reads: Active ETFs Suddenly Grabbing Investors’ Attention

Plus, El-Erian sees ‘potential collateral damage’ from JPMorgan-First Republic deal.

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Reviewed by: Lisa Barr
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Edited by: Ron Day

Investors Piling Into Actively Managed ETFs (The Wall Street Journal) 

Active ETFs are helping bring more complex trading strategies to the masses. 

 

El-Erian: ‘Potential Collateral Damage’ From JPMorgan-First Republic Deal (Markets Insider) 

The renowned economist explains four unintended consequences. 

 

Stock Pickers on Wall Street Going All in on Recession Bets (Advisor Perspectives) 

While economists and central bankers debate if the economy will slip into a recession, big money managers aren’t waiting to find out. 

 

Propping Up the Entire Market (Benzinga) 

Apple, Microsoft hit record high weighting in S&P 500 index. 

 

Should You Move Beyond the S&P 500? (MarketWatch) 

How you invest your savings makes a big difference. 

 

Bid to Launch ETFs That Aim to Double Tesla’s Volatility Filed With SEC (Bloomberg) 

Past tries at double-leveraged, single-stock ETFs have failed. 

 

First Republic Rescue Fails to Arrest Slide in US Regional Bank Shares (Financial Times) 

PacWest and Western Alliance stock under pressure amid broad sell-off of lenders. 

 

The Flight to Crypto Quality (Institutional Investor) 

Risk management is at center stage. 

 

Why Trying to Time the Market Is a Bad Idea (Financial advisor) 

Sell in May and go away? Not so fast. 

Lisa Barr is a former copy editor at etf.com.