Thurs. Hot Reads: Some China ETFs Remain Steady

April 05, 2018

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

China ETFs Deal With Trade Tensions (MarketWatch)

Some ETFs tracking Chinese stocks remain firm.

 

Tariff Tiff Sours ETF That Once Soared On ‘Bolton Trade’ (Bloomberg)

Political gain can quickly turn to political pain.

 

Fed Officials Warn Tariff Brawl Clouds Interest Rate Path (Bloomberg)

Escalating trade dispute between the U.S. and China adds uncertainty to an otherwise-sunny outlook.
 

Fiduciary Rule Sparks Charges Of Reverse-Churning (Investment News)

Class-action lawsuit against Edward Jones reflects concern on shifting clients from commission- to fee-based accounts.

 

North America Saw March Gold ETF Inflows (CNBC)
Amid market volatility and trade tensions, North American investors turned to gold ETFs. Not so with European investors. 

 

Washington Not To Blame For Volatility (BlackRock)

Many are pointing a finger at Washington for recent spike in volatility, but Russ Koesterich says catalysts lie elsewhere.

 

A Closer Look At 3 Strong Multifactor ETFs (Morningstar)

These ETFs are worthy of consideration, but there are important differences among them that can affect their performance.

 

Finance Blogger Wisdom: Missing ETFs (Abnormal Returns)

Two dozen bloggers answer: Which theoretical ETF would you invest in without hesitation?

 

Clearest Sign Yet Bitcoin Bubble Has Burst (Money)

Despite renewed push for bitcoin ETF, craze may have petered out. 

 

Low Vol EM ETFs Doing Their Job (MarketWatch)
Low-volatility emerging markets ETFs topping their more traditional counterparts as stocks in developing economies have been caught up in the pullback in the U.S.

 

Why I Won't Buy iShares S&P 500 Value ETF (Seeking Alpha)
IVE's methodology can penalize deep value stocks.

 

Asset Managers Eye Loan ETFs As Interest Rates Rise (Reuters)

Franklin Templeton and O’Shares, among others, readying to launch new bank loan ETFs.

 

When Doing Nothing Is Best (Institutional Investor)

Sometimes the most prudent maxim is, "Don't just do something; stand there!"

 

Successful Investing (Reformed Broker)

It means having everyone agree with you ... later.
 

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