Tues. Hot Reads: Baby Boomers Late To ETF Party

April 10, 2018

Compiled by ETF.com Staff


Baby Boomers Last To ETF Party. Why? (Globe & Mail)
Only 27% of U.S. boomers invest in ETFs compared with 42% of millennials.


Horizons Marijuana ETF Up 59% In 1 Year (Nasdaq)
World’s first and largest pot ETF overcame investor skepticism to lend legitimacy to sector.


ETFs’ Hidden Source Of Return: Securities Lending (Barron’s)
An index ETF can beat the index by earning money on the side to offset its annual fees.


World's About To Get A Lot Bigger (Reformed Broker)
Nothing attracts a crowd like a crowd.

Invesco Took Over $39B Of ETFs (Bloomberg)
Firm now lowering costs on Guggenheim ETFs.


Time For A Low Cap Diet? (CFA Institute)
Concentration risk: Just six stocks comprise 15% of the S&P 500.


Russia ETFs On Track For Worst Day Since 2014 (MarketWatch)
Sanctions and geopolitical tensions turn the funds lower for 2018.


Fund Industry Defends Bond ETFs To Regulators (Reuters)
Fund industry trade group representative disputed that bond ETFs might fail to hold up under stress.


New Normal: Trillion Dollar Deficits (CNN Money)
CBO released its 10-year budget and economic outlook; news isn't good.


Systematic Investment Strategies Are Hot (Alpha Architect) 
Investing with baskets of stocks and its implications.

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