Hot Reads: Opportunity In May ETF Outflows

May 30, 2019

Compiled by Staff


Sell In May? ETFs See $7B In Outflows (CNBC)
Where investors can find opportunity in a market that’s been faced with a big sell-off this month.


Junk Bond ETFs Bleed As Growth Fear Roils Markets (Bloomberg)

Investors pulled $789 million from “JNK” and “HYG” on Tuesday.


The $1.26T Digital Milestone That May Spell Trouble For Vanguard (Financial Planning)

Showdown with Schwab looming in near future.


Why Inverted Yield Curve Could Be A False Positive (CNBC)
This 10-year yield/3-month yield inversion is due to the rapid decline in the 10-year Treasury note yield, not a rise in the 3-month bill rate, which historically signals recession.


Income Back In Bond Returns (BlackRock)

Why carry is reasserting itself as the key driver of bond returns.


Don’t ‘Fix’-ate Within Your Short Duration (WisdomTree)
There’s a premium on short-term bonds, but it may make sense to consider floating rate strategies.


$1T Buyback Hysteria May Be Overstated (Bloomberg)
Buybacks account for only 1% of all U.S equities traded every year. 


‘MINT’ For Retirement (Seeking Alpha) 

The PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity Active ETF (MINT) is popular among short-term income investors and retirees. 


Risk/Reward Analysis Of Selecting Active Managers (Indexology)

Selecting investment managers is just as challenging as direct investing, and requires considerable experience and expertise. 

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