Hot Reads: Vanguard, BlackRock Lead Global Inflows

July 13, 2020

Compiled by Staff

Vanguard, BlackRock Gain Most New ETF Business (Investor Place)
Despite massive inflows, global ETF assets were down 1.4% at the end of June.


Hedge Funds May Keep Lots Of Trades Secret (Bloomberg)
The SEC said that it’s considering requiring only investors who hold at least $3.5 billion in equities to disclose their holdings quarterly.


SEC Move Could Cause 90% Drop In Reporting Quarterly Holdings (Think Advisor)
The SEC is "plucking blocks from a Jenga tower," said one securities law professor.


Do Treasuries Have A Place In The Modern Portfolio? (Alpha Architect)
At these yields? No, they don't.


Fed Nibbles At Corporate Bonds (Bloomberg)
The corporate credit program remains small, with just $10.7 billion in purchases of bonds and exchange-traded funds by the Fed through the latest week.


If We Can Print Money, Why Do We Have To Pay Taxes? (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
There are four good reasons why.


Ride The Bull Trend In Energy (Seeking Alpha) 
DBE  is a fairly complex instrument with several important factors to consider before holding.


Time To Add ESG To Your Portfolio? (RaskMedia)
The pandemic has driven many investors toward ESG, but there are things to consider.


Why ETFs’ Value Goes Beyond Cost (Wealth Professional)  
Benefits that shone through in COVID-19 crisis.

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