Hot Reads: Where ESG Ratings Fail

September 08, 2020

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Where ESG Ratings Fail (Institutional Investor)
Making the case for new "hybrid" metrics

 

Why Even The Best Stocks Have To Crash (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
Massive rises in price also mean massive drops.

 

Softbank 'Whale' Theory Stirs Doubts (LA Times)
Not everyone is convinced the firm is spurring the rally in technology shares with its option purchases.

 
Why Do Poor People Stay Poor? (Of Dollars & Data)
On the ripple effects of wealth.

 

Argentina Exits Ninth Default (Bloomberg)
Argentina has officially emerged from its ninth default after S&P Global raised its credit rating.

 

JP Morgan Dethrones PIMCO With Biggest Active ETF (Bloomberg)
'JPST' overtakes 'MINT' after $3.7B in inflows year-to-date.

 

Tesla Declines Accelerate After S&P 500 Snub (TheStreet.com)
Tesla falls after being shunned for S&P 500 index inclusion.

 

Volatility Hedge Funds: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly (FactorResearch)
Volatility hedge funds provided attractive diversification benefits for equity portfolios.

 

ESG & ETFs: The Superior Approach? (ETF Stream)
Using ETFs in deploying ESG-based investment strategies among institutional investors is more than just a coincidence of timing.

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