Hot Reads: Zero Free ETFs Not Risk Free

March 11, 2019

Compiled by Staff


Why Zero-Fee ETFs Not Risk Free (CNBC)
For investors of zero-fee ETFs, the hidden cost could be large, according to one industry expert.

Muni Bonds Off To Best Start Since 2006 (Zacks)
Muni market hot this year. Consider five muni ETFs to ride this rally.  


Goldman Sachs Aims To Reinvent Tech ETFs As Themed Funds (Bloomberg)
Such products can charge a premium as fees fall toward zero.


Evaluating Crypto As An Investment (Morningstar)
Crypto can have a place in a portfolio, but it has a problem with supply.


SEC Plans To Update Equity Market Rules This Year (ThinkAdvisor)
Chairman Clayton says entity will address issues raised in roundtables with market participants and investors.


Deep Value Manager Started Crypto Fund (Belle Curve)
Bitcoin is so mainstream the CFA institute added crypto to its exam curriculum.


Innovative Companies & Women On Boards (MSCI)
Some of the world's most innovative publicly listed companies have something in common: more women on their boards than their industry peers. 


Has ETF Market Peaked? (Fox) 
At this stage of maturity, established leaders have the advantage. 


3 Themes To Watch In Alt Investing (Think Advisor)
J.P. Morgan sheds light on historically opaque asset class.


End Of The World As We Know It (Reformed Broker)
Josh Brown looks back on the life-changing events of March 9, 2009.


What Tesla Pain Means For ETFs (Seeking Alpha) 
Recent announcements by Tesla hit stock hard, but it’s been suffering from effects of light ETF ownership for years.

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