Hot Reads: Senate ETF Plan 'Unlikely To Pass'

September 20, 2021

Compiled by Staff



Senate Plan To End ETF Tax Break 'Unlikely To Pass' (CNBC)

Dave Nadig believes a key portion of Sen. Ron Wyden’s proposal to raise revenues on the wealthy won’t make it in a final version.


Will The BRICs Ever Grow Up? (Jackson Hole Economics)

As the BRIC concept turns 20, the originator of the idea asks when those markets will fully come into their own.


Vanguard’s New Bond Chief Going On Offensive (FA Magazine)

Sara Devereux explains why she's looking to press the investing giant's advantage over competitors in active fixed income.


Dow Futures Skid 500 Points Before Monday Open (Business Insider)

The potential default of Chinese megadeveloper Evergrande is to blame.


Study: Climate Change ETFs Undermining War On Global Warming (Financial Times)

The paper from Edhec suggests climate-focused funds aren’t investing nearly as much as one would think in decarbonization companies.


Almost All Asset Classes Slipped Last Week (Capital Spectator)

"JNK" was the only fund in the black last week out of a basket of asset class representative ETFs.


Firm Launches To Support Female, Minority RIA Founders (Institutional Investor)

Marcia Page of Varde Partners is CEO of the newly founded MPowered Capital.


How To Cope When Everyone Around You Is Quitting (Advisor Perspectives)

What to do when the Great Resignation hits your workplace.


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