Hot Reads: ETFs Focused on Collateralized Loan Obligations Increase

Plus, Elon Musk warns that home prices are set to plunge.

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ETFs Charge Into Collateralized Loan Obligations (Financial Times) 

Since the first two U.S.-listed ETFs launched in 2020, seven more have come to market. 

 

Elon Musk: House Prices Set to Plunge (Markets Insider) 

“Commercial real estate is melting down fast. Home values next,” the tech billionaire tweeted. 

 

Playing the Inflation Regime Game (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views) 

Inflation is not going away, as measured by the PCE core inflation rate. 

 

Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel Sees Downside Market Risks (ThinkAdvisor) 

He wrote that the Fed “should definitely stop raising rates and not raise again.” 

 

Which Factors Are the Top ETF Performers? (Financial Advisor) 

The upswing in broad stock market benchmarks in 2023 has lifted many boats. And left several behind. 

 

Tactical Allocation Funds Have Had a Dreadful Run (The Evidence Based Investor) 

This investing vehicle is particularly expensive, as it includes two separate layers of fees. 

 

Animal Spirits: Something Has to Break (A Wealth of Common Sense)  

The podcast also explores Nvidia’s crazy run. 

 

Why Institutional Investors Are Bullish on Stocks Though 2024 (Institutional Investor) 

Survey respondents believe equities will return 5.9% in 2023, led by tech and healthcare. 

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