Monday Hot Reads: Possible Surprises For Investors In 2017

February 06, 2017

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Possible Surprises For Investors In 2017 (BlackRock Blog)

Nothing is for certain, so don't place too much weight on market expectations.

 

As Bitcoin ETF Nears, Analysts Warn Of Trading Frenzy (Wall Street Journal)

An easily accessed ETF that tracks the value of bitcoin could cause money to flood in to the fledgling bitcoin market, analysts say. 

 

Which Assets Are Most Likely To Survive The ‘System Reset’? (ZeroHedge)

Your skills, knowledge and social capital will emerge unscathed on the other side of the reset wormhole; your financial assets held in centrally controlled institutions won’t.

 

US Bears Are Targeting Euro-Area ETF Like Never Before (Bloomberg)

A record 95,350 put options on the SPDR Euro Stoxx 50 ETF ‘FEZ’ changed hands on Friday as a trader bought 45,000 March/May $33 put spreads.

 

Pitting The Bogle Model Against The Yale Model (A Wealth Of Common Sense)

The former is likely to outperform the latter in most scenarios and circumstances.

 

When A Blogger Turns Portfolio Manager (InvestorPlace.com) 

The manager of the AdvisorShares Focused Equity ETF ‘CWS’ receives a fulcrum fee and has "skin in the game."

 

The Value Of Incremental Steps In Your Investment Portfolio (FMD Capital)

You never have all the facts to make a perfect decision. You’re only able to see the right answer with the benefit of hindsight. So make portfolio changes in incremental steps to avoid the pitfalls of emotional investing. 

 

 

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