Hot Reads: Mutual Funds Converted To ETFs

Hot Reads: Mutual Funds Converted To ETFs

Plus, why delaying approval of a bitcoin ETF comes with its own set of problems, according to an SEC commissioner.

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First Mutual Fund Formally Converts To An ETF (Yahoo Finance)
Guinness Atkinson makes history by becoming the first mutual fund provider to formally change its products to ETFs.

 

SEC Commissioner: Delaying Bitcoin ETFs Has Consequences (Forbes)
Without such a vehicle, crypto-hungry investors are forced into other, perhaps less reputable avenues, to get exposure to the new asset class.

 

One Of World’s Greatest Hidden Fortunes Is Wiped Out In Days (Yahoo Finance)
Even on Wall Street, few ever noticed himuntil suddenly, everyone did.

 

China Bonds Set For Billions Of Inflows (CNBC)
Index provider FTSE Russell gave final approval on Monday for inclusion of Chinese sovereign bonds in its flagship bond index.

 

Outlook For Sustainable Investing (Advisor Perspectives)
Among the main ESG topics in 2021 are corporate diversity/transparency, decarbonization and innovation in resource efficiency and sustainable packaging.

 

Sustainable Investing Is About Returns We May Never See (Evidence-Based Investor)
Has the rise of sustainable investing changed the entire notion of shareholder value maximization?

 

Target-Date-Blend Funds Getting More Popular (Morningstar)
The unique attributes of these investment vehicles are making them increasingly popular among managers and investors.

 

Bond Seasonability Turning Bullish (Advisor Perspectives)
Seasonal patterns don’t only exist in equities.

 

Are Consumer Staples The New Sector Leader For Equities? (Capital Spectator)
Financials and energy have been the leaders in 2021, but consumer staples may move to the forefront.

 

Could The S&P 500’s Rebound Have Been Predicted? (FA Magazine)
There was no historical reason for anyone to suspect that the last 12 months would be this good.

 

How Active Mutual Fund Managers Use ETFs (Alpha Architect)
As of 2017, approximately one-third of U.S.-domiciled, actively managed mutual funds had held ETFs at one time or another.

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