Hot Reads: ETF Fee Cuts Abound

December 20, 2021

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

A ‘Black Friday’ For ETF Fees (RIABiz)

Vanguard, DFA and SSgA are cutting fees even lower on their ETFs.

 

Goldman Cuts GDP Forecast After Manchin’s Resistance To Build Back Better (CNBC)
The bank is downgrading Q1 2022 GDP growth from 3% to 2%.

 

Global Investors Pump Money Into Chinese Equity ETFs (Financial Times)

After a steep sell-off in the summer, investors are putting risk back onto China.

 

World Economic Forum Delayed By Omicron (Axios)
The annual Davos convention is aiming to convene sometime in the summer.

 

AQR: 60-40 Portfolio Won’t Protect Investors Anymore (Institutional Investor)

The stable inflation of the last decade is unlikely to repeat itself in the 2020s, which could very well undermine the diversification benefits of the traditional 60/40 portfolio.

 

GDP’s Days Are Numbered (Jackson Hole Economics)

Ditching gross domestic product as the main gauge of prosperity was always impossible in the absence of broad agreement about what the alternative might be. That may change.

 

Are Reindeer Good Stock Pickers? (CFA Institute)

Why beating passive indexes is so hard.

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