Thursday Hot Reads: 3 ETFs For An Ultra Cheap Portfolio

January 19, 2017

Compiled by ETF.com staff

 

The Ultra-Cheap Portfolio: 3 Schwab ETFs For 2017  (InvestorPlace.com)
These cheap funds will help boost your long-term total return.

 

BlackRock: Half Of US Investors Plan To Invest In ETFs In 2017 (BlackRock)
The “BlackRock ETF Pulse Survey,” which polled advised and self-directed individual investors, shows that 52% of U.S. investors intend to buy an ETF in the next 12 months.

 

This Energy-Heavy Emerging Markets ETF Is Surging To New Highs (ETF Daily News)
If you're looking for rising momentum, you might want to check out PXH.

 

China Commodity ETFs Sees Dramatic Inflows (Bloomberg)
A falling yuan and capital outflows push Chinese investors into commodities, especially gold.

 

The 3 Investing Questions Retirees Need To Ask (MarketWatch)
Focusing on these question when managing a retirement portfolio could keep you from running out of money.  

 

Automated Traders Take Over Bitcoin As Easy Money Beckons (Bloomberg)
The increasing dominance of sophisticated traders begs the question of how long the juiciest arbitrage opportunities will last.

 

Dow's Month-Long Range Narrowest Since At Least 1957 (CNBC)
It turns out the gap between the Dow's high and low prices over the past month is a tiny 1.4%—the narrowest gap in data going back to 1957.

 

US Corporate Bond Bonanza Seen On Republican Tax Cut Plan (Bloomberg)
Barclays analysts suggest debt issuances will drop as taxes are lowered, reducing the supply of bonds and aiding returns. 

 

Bond Surrogate ETFs See Outflows (MarketWatch)
Equity ETFs used as substitutes for fixed-income exposure fall out of favor in face of rising yields. 

 

So-Called Trump Bump Boosts Broker-Dealers (ETF Trends)
Trading strength causes rise in iShares ETF.

 

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