Mon. Hot Reads: Contrarian Small Cap ETF

September 17, 2018

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

A Contrarian Small-Cap ETF (Morningstar) 
‘FNDA’ breaks the link between market prices and portfolio weightings.

 

‘No Jerks’ Investing Rule (Institutional Investor)
Rude, arrogant and selfish managers are also bad at generating returns.

 

Increase In No-Fee Offerings Boosts ETF Appeal (P&I)
Tax efficiency and low barriers to entry on reduced trading commissions part of gravitational pull attracting ETF assets and making them cheaper and easier products to use.
 

Where To Shop For Consumer Stocks (BlackRock)
As trade war blurs consumer stocks outlook, here's where to get exposure.

 

Former Vanguard CEO Calls For More Price Transparency In Bonds (Think Advisor)
Even today's electronic platforms aren't cutting it, says Jack Brennan.

 

Vanguard's 'BNDW': World Is Your Oyster (SeekingAlpha)
What kind of place should Vanguard's latest ETF hold in your portfolio?

 

Revisiting The Fall Of 2008 (Wealth Of Common Sense)
Key takeaway: Anything is possible in the markets.

 

Trump Set To Slap Tariffs On $200B Of Chinese Goods (CNBC)
Trump administration set to impose fresh tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods, but at lower rate than originally planned.

 

Dimon Sees 5% Treasury Yields; ETF Investors Not Buying It (Bloomberg)
JPMorgan Chase’s Dimon thinks benchmark Treasury yields could hit 5% or more. Try telling that to ETF buyers.

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