Thursday Hot Reads: Hottest ETF Of Year Risks Closure

February 01, 2018

Compiled by Staff


Hottest ETF Of The Year Risks Closure (Bloomberg)
'MJX's custodian "actively reviewing" whether to continue the relationship.


Guess Who's Driving The ETF Bus (BlackRock) 
Retail investors and advisors were behind the bulk of the 2017 cash flowing into ETFs.


Wall St Rains On Blockchain ETF Parade (Business Insider)
Lack of pure-play companies leaves some skeptical about value of ETFs covering the space.


Growth Essential For Emerging Markets (MarketWatch)
If bull thesis for emerging markets is to pan out, improving fundamentals is a must. 


How Will Regs, Taxes Impact ETFs? (ThinkAdvisor)
New report from PwC looks at how regulations and taxes are shaping the future of ETFs.


Activist Investors More Likely To Target Female CEOs (Harvard Business Review)
New research shows female CEOs are 50% more likely to be targeted.

Robo Advice: Are ETFs The Solution? (CFA Institute)
Robos ought to think beyond ETFs for fixed income, at least.


Greenspan Sees Bubbles In Stocks & Bonds (Bloomberg)
Man who made the term “irrational exuberance” famous says investors are at it again.


Economic Progress Doesn't Equal Market Returns (Morningstar)
Use caution when connecting market performance to economic growth.


Trade Protectionism: 2018’sWild Card (MainStay Investments)
Protectionism could impact economy and 10-year U.S. Treasury yield—now close to four-year high.

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