Thursday Hot Reads: Billionaires Don’t Use Index Funds

April 06, 2017

Compiled by Staff

Billionaire Investors Don't Get Rich By Using Index Funds (CNBC)
Billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman defended his industry, saying passive management isn't how famed investors have built their fortunes.


Fed Officials Say The Stock Market May Be Overvalued (CNBC)
Traders shouldn't be quick to dismiss these comments from Fed officials. History shows when worries about valuation appear in these official minutes, stocks often struggle the following year.


ETF Flyer: Short-Term VIX Futures Shoot Up (Barron’s
An analyst shares four things to look for before changing your portfolio in any way.


2 New Views For The Second Quarter (BlackRock Blog)
We are downgrading European sovereign bonds and credit to underweight. 


10 ETFs To Buy For Aggressive Growth (US News)
So-called aggressive growth ETFs are geared toward aggressive growth stocks, which typically come with some heightened risk. But that's the cracked egg that makes the omelet.


This ETF Is A Proxy For Market Confidence In Trump's Infrastructure Plan (Seeking Alpha)
iShares' ETF tracking the Dow Jones Transportation Average (IYT) could benefit from Trump's infrastructure agenda.


Ride On Surging Tesla With These ETFs (Yahoo Finance)
Four ETFs that offer exposure to electric car company Tesla's rise.


The Behavioral Challenges Of Investing: Grizzlies Frequent The Area (Vanguard)
The best way to prevent clients from reacting to market headlines ...



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