‘BETZ’ Sees Tweaks After Red Hot Start (MarketWatch)
Roster gets adjusted after seeing “extraordinary demand” for some securities.
Robinhood, Others Have Been Selling Order Flow For Years (Institutional Investor)
FinTwit wants a Robinhood takedown. This probably isn't it.
Energy Defaults Soar To 3-Year High (Institutional Investor)
The industry’s woes are still intensifying, according to Fitch Ratings.
Fed ETF Buying Redraws $4T Market Contours (Bloomberg)
The Federal Reserve’s fingerprints are all over the bond exchange-traded fund market.
Sustainable Funds Weather Downturns Better Than Peers (Morningstar)
ESG strategies lose less money than non-ESG funds during market declines.
Trading Costs Wipe Out The "Overnight Return Anomaly" (Alpha Architect)
You can't get excess returns by buying the S&P 500 at the close, then selling at the open.
Why So Many People Are Getting Into The Stock Market (Of Dollars & Data)
On the rise of Robinhood traders and what it means for the investment community.
‘Watershed Moment’ For Investing In Social Advocacy (ETF Edge)
Unpacking the one-of-its-kind NAACP Minority Empowerment ETF: “NACP.”
Does The Fed Really Need To Buy Corporate Bonds? (Bloomberg)
The central bank seemingly doesn’t want one of its new facilities to go to waste.
Feelings Drive Short-Term Prices (Reformed Broker)
Stocks can move more on sentiment than actual fundamentals.
Time To Gut-Check Your Risk Tolerance? (ThinkAdvisor)
Memories of what the bruises of 2008 felt like are returning.