Thursday Hot Reads: Top ETF Stories Of 2017’s First Quarter

March 30, 2017

Compiled by Staff


Top ETF Stories Of 2017’s First Quarter (Yahoo Finance)
The start of 2017 has been great for the U.S. stock market, with the major benchmarks scaling new highs on several occasions amid bouts of volatility.


Pound ETFs See Big Flows & Sharp Losses Since Brexit Vote (MarketWatch)
Though ETFs tracking the pound have dropped in price since the Brexit vote, with each losing about 17% in value—the same decline the pound saw against the dollar—they have also seen a huge surge in interest from investors looking to alternatively play the currency and capitalize on short-term fluctuations.


First Canadian Medical Marijuana ETF Hopes To Draw Buzz From Non-Users (BNN)
The first medical marijuana ETF is set to launch next week on the Toronto Stock Exchange from Horizons ETFs.


Joe Tigay's Russell 2000 Index ETF Trade (Benzinga)
Joe Tigay of Equity Armor Investments shared his bullish options strategy in the iShares Russell 2000 Index ETF (IWM).


Opportunities Amid The Oil Dip (BlackRock Blog)
There is some evidence that energy stocks have become oversold after the unwinding of speculative bets on a rise in oil that didn't come.


Here Are The Potential Brexit Scenarios & Their Investing Ramifications (ETF Daily News)
Invesco PowerShares offers its views on three scenarios, including a 10% chance that Brexit doesn't ultimately happen. 


House GOP Weighing Another Try On Obamacare Vote Next Week (Bloomberg)
Two Republican lawmakers say leaders are discussing holding a vote, even staying into the weekend if necessary, but it’s unclear what changes would be made to the GOP’s health bill. They described the discussions on condition of anonymity.


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