Hot Reads: Low Fees Fail To Boost Europe ETFs

Plus, Morningstar releases its annual mutual fund and ETF fee study.
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ETF Fee Cuts Fail To Win Over European Investors (Financial Times)
A State Street executive says U.S. investors are the primary beneficiary of the race to lower fees.


How Low Can Fund Fees Go? (Morningstar)
Insights from Morningstar’s annual ETF and mutual fund fee research study.


JP Morgan Promotes New Global ETF Head (Pensions & Investments)
Bryon Lake replaces Joanna Gallegos, who left the firm in July.


What To Expect In Powell’s Jackson Hole Fed Speech (Reuters)
Don’t hold your breath for a timeline on bond-buying tapers.


Survey: 1/3 Of Young People Get Investment Ideas From Social Media (CNBC)
Only 7% of the 18- to 34-year-old respondents say they get ideas through a broker or advisor.


Gold, An ‘Attractive Insurance Policy’ (Advisor Perspectives)
Frank Holmes argues that gold and bitcoin gain value as the U.S. prints currency to cover spending debt.


China This Year’s Downside Outlier For Global Stock Markets (Capital Spectator)
Globally, stocks are producing strong gains, but not in China.


Private Market Allocations Benefit Institutions (Institutional Investor)
Over the last decade, larger allocations to private equity and venture capital resulted in higher returns on average, according to Cambridge Associates.


Going Direct (Humble Dollar)
Direct indexing is supposed to be the next big thing in investing but there are potential downsides.


A Walk Down Drawdown Lane (Validea)
Market drawdowns are a normal part of investing, and investors who accept this are likely to be better positioned when these events occur. is the single source for ETF intelligence. We provide real-time ETF news and analysis to educate investors and drive financial knowledge in the space. Our personalized and accurate information, alongside industry-leading financial tools, are depended upon to develop winning investment and financial decisions. At, we strive to serve both the individual investor as well as the professional financial advisor to educate and grow the ETF community.