Compiled by ETF.com Staff
Yellen: Don't Read Too Much Into Cooling CPI Data (Financial Advisor)
The Treasury Secretary called October's positive inflation report a good reading, but cautions again relying too much on one data point.
S&P 500 Becomes More Exxon, Less Amazon (ThinkAdvisor)
The power the tech giants wielded over the stock market for years as it surged to record highs has been greatly diminished by the bust of 2022.
SPY: Bear Market Rally or a Major Bottom? (Seeking Alpha)
Large one-day rallies are usually associated with bear market rallies.
No One Is Coming to Save the Crypto Industry (CNN)
Crypto shouldn't need a savior; it's supposed to be decentralized and transparent.
Musk Warns Twitter Bankruptcy Is Possible (Advisor Perspectives)
The announcement comes as senior executives exit and Musk says the company must start generating more cash.
ESG Is Not Impact Investing, and Vice Versa (Stanford Social Innovation Review)
Understanding six important differences helps facilitate better conversations and helps channel funds appropriately.
4 Concerning Personal Finance Charts (A Wealth of Common Sense)
Why housing and transportation are the most important parts of your budget.
Biggest Junk Bond ETFs Post Record Inflow in Dash Back to Risk (Bloomberg)
Investors pour a combined $2.2 billion into HYG and JNK.
Former BlackRock Exec: ESG Investment Model Is Broken (Wall Street Journal)
New book hints at a quiet debate within a firm that has embraced sustainable investing.
Will Inflation Fall in 2023? (Morningstar)
A deeper look at the data suggests less reason for concern.
4 Ways to Take Advantage of a Down Market (Kiplinger)
Though markets are down for the year, now could be a good time to make some profitable moves.
Crypto Execs See Heightened Regulation in Wake of FTX Collapse (FAMag)
It's unclear who, if anyone, will be made whole now that the crypto exchange has declared bankruptcy.
Huge Regime Shift? (CNBC)
Active managers see boost from the energy trade.
Midterms' Red Ripple Delivers Uncertainty to the Markets (Jackson Hole Economics)
As much as Wall Street might have welcomed gridlock, investor joy is already waning.