Thursday Hot Reads: Big & Cheap ETFs Win

September 07, 2017

Compiled by Staff


Biggest, Cheapest ETFs Take Spoils (InvestmentNews)
The cheapest, largest funds still dominate inflows. 


A Deep Dive Into ETF Market Making (Alpha Architect) 

An interview with one of the authors of a paper on ETF market-making intricacies. 


ETF Critic Launching His Own (Bloomberg)
Morgan Creek Capital Management’s Mark Yusko has gripes about ETFs’ rise, yet is starting his own. 


They're Coming For Your 401(k) (Reformed Broker)
We should want to see more ownership of assets among the workforce, not less.

How Stocks Took Over Asset Allocation (Wealth Of Common Sense) 

A rising stock market and low interest rates have driven dollars into equities in the last few years.


3 Roles Bonds Can Play In A Portfolio (BlackRock)

Don’t get neglect the objective of fixed-income investments.


Easiest Year To Make Money Since 1993 (CNBC)
If 2017 ended today, it’d be the first year where stocks, bonds and gold rose by 5% since 1993. 


Sector Staring Down Irma Head Winds (Schaeffer’s)

The SPDR S&P Insurance ETF (KIE) could be headed for more trouble.


The Play On Rising Rates (Seeking Alpha)

TBF rises when rates do, and declines when they decrease.


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