Hot Reads: Marijuana ETFs Up 65% YTD

Also, Vanguard expects value reawakening.

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Marijuana ETFs Up 65% YTD (ETF Focus)
The fundamental backdrop for the sector keeps improving.

 

Vanguard Expects Value Reawakening (Validea) 
Low inflation may explain the dominance of growth stocks in recent years.

 

First Trust Turns 3 Smart Beta Strategies Into Thematic ETFs (ETF Stream)
The funds will now track indexes offering exposure to clean energy, internet services and 5G development.

 

Muni Bonds Win Big From Recent/Proposed Fed Stimulus (Parametric Portfolio)
What’s coming next for muni bonds now that Biden’s administration is setting to work?

 

ETF Wrap: Bezos In An ETF (MarketWatch)
Plus, reflation is for real this time.
 

Bond Traders Struggle To Pick Winners In Riskiest Markets (Advisor Perspectives)
The bulk of the rally in the riskiest corners of the market may have passed.

 

An In-Depth Look At Momentum & Trend Following (Validea)
How momentum works, how it’s measured and some potential ways to enhance its returns.

 

Everything SPAC & How It Works (Seeking Alpha)
Sponsors in the industry are using SPACs more often to bring private companies to the public markets.

 

Do Big Yields Always Mean Big Risks? (Morningstar)
Some funds strike a better balance than others.

 

Will Actual Inflation Follow Expectations Of It? (Capital Spectator)
You probably shouldn't anticipate anything more dramatic than normalization.

 

Managing Sequence Of Return Risk (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
It's particularly important to understand how this works for purposes of retirement planning.

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