Monday Hot Reads: The Future Of ETFs

March 13, 2017

Compiled by Staff


The Future Of ETFs (Barron’s)

Experts talk about what will drive growth, what needs to change in this industry and how investors should use ETFs going forward.


Morningstar Makes Bid To Offer Mutual Funds For Exclusive Use Of Advisers (Investment News)
The research firm wants to launch subadvised in-house funds with lower investor fees that financial planners can throw into managed account portfolios to pass on the savings to clients, according to an SEC filing.


ETF Strategies For Hedging A Market Correction (Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Eric Balchunas and Abigail Doolittle look at how ETFs may be used to hedge a potential market correction. 


Bitcoin Needs To Think Outside The ETF Box (Bloomberg)
There's talk in bitcoin circles of using other avenues, such as a filing in Europe for an Undertaking in Collective Investments in Transferable Securities (or UCITS) stamp.


Why The Bitcoin ETF Denial Is Actually A Good Thing (Seeking Alpha)
The SEC rejection of the bitcoin ETF preserves bitcoin's "street cred" as an unregulated currency.


Big ETF Sees Epic Bounce & The Best Could Still Be Ahead (CNBC)
Through Thursday's close, the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB) is up more than 12% year-to-date.


What To Do At Market Highs (WisdomTree)
With investing, nothing can be certain, and because valuation risks are elevated in the U.S., we think it prudent to incorporate a risk-managed approach such as an option strategy, which can help mitigate risk.


ETFs To Watch Amid Mixed Signals From Major Asian Economies (ETF Daily News)
Asian markets are struggling, and these ETFs are front and center in the line of action.


Ambiguity Is The New Fear (Reformed Broker)
The VIX is remaining low because it measures fear, not ambiguity.


Russia ETFs In Focus As Historic Recession Finally Ends (ETF Daily News)
A look at some key Russia ETFs now that its recession is officially over.


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