Hot Reads: Short-Sellers Upping ETF Bets

September 25, 2020

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Short-Sellers Upping Their ETF Bets (MarketWatch)
Here’s how they’re investing.

 

Investors Flee Junk ETFs As High-Yield Bonds Erase Year's Gain (Bloomberg)
Traders pull more than $4B from 'HYG' and 'JNK' in days.

 

2 Big Future Bull Market Trends (Wealth of Common Sense)
Why sports gambling and the financialization of home equity could be potential future bull markets.

 

Risk Premia Gets Crushed (Institutional Investor) 
The quantitative strategies have been lagging for years, but 2020 has been a bloodbath.

 

What Does The Market Correction Mean? (Advisor Perspectives)
Four steps investors should consider.

 

New SEC Rule Weakens Influence Of Main St. Investors (Morningstar)
Shareholder proposals play a central role in corporate governance.

 

The Problem With Themes Like Robotics (Evidence-Based Investor)
Good stories don’t necessarily make for good investments.

 

ETF Wrap: Batten Down The Hatches (MarketWatch)
How investors can hedge against the volatility and uncertainty that may characterize the next few months.

 

US Cities With Highest Economic Output (Visual Capitalist) 
The fact is that a few select cities are responsible for a large share of the country’s total economic output.

 

An Election Like No Other (Capital Spectator) 
US presidential elections always come with a certain amount of risk, but this one is unusual. 

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