Hot Reads: Turning To Active

February 07, 2019

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Asset Managers Turn To Active Management (Institutional Investor)

With margins declining, fund managers bet investors will return to active.

 

Markets' Obsession With 'Quality' ETFs (Bloomberg)
Buyers have poured more than $2.1 billion into ETFs focused on so-called quality companies supposed to fare better in downturns.

 

Active Management For Volatile Times? (Indexology)

Data suggests turning to active management during volatile markets is no solution.

 

Should Multifactor ETFs Try Timing Market? (Morningstar)

There's little evidence to determine which timing signals work well long term.

 

Take Control Of EM With Min Vol (BlackRock)

Minimum-volatility strategies can alleviate investor concerns and boost return.

 

No Pain, No Premium (Newfound Research) 

You can't limit risk without limiting return.

 

Stress Testing 6 Tactical Asset Allocation ETFs (Seeking Alpha) 

A look at whether certain tactical asset allocation funds have done what they were supposed to do over the past two years.

 

Treasuries Stuck Between Better-Than-Expected Growth & Dovish Fed? (Invesco)

Views on rates around the world.

 

Investment Advisor's Top 16 Women In WealthTech (ThinkAdvisor)

This group leads tech efforts at indie and national broker-dealers, wire houses, RIAs and more.

 

How To Hire Next-Gen Advisors (ThinkAdvisor)

They can have a major impact on your advisory firm.

 

Building A Wall At 200-Day Moving Average (Reformed Broker)

What you need to know.

 

Clash Of The Titans (WisdomTree)

In a showdown between the U.S. economy and the Fed/bond market, who would you put your money on?

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