Tuesday Hot Reads: Big Week For Financial Sector ETFs

January 10, 2017

Compiled by ETF.com


SPDR S&P Retail ETF Can’t Be More Risky. Option Traders Sell It (Frisco Fastball)
Someone, most probably a professional, was a very active buyer of the June 2017 put, expecting a serious ‘XRT’ decrease. 


Financial ETF Dips At Start Of Key Earnings Week For Banking Giants (Investor.com)
Several key holdings, including financial giants Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase, are set to report earnings on Friday.


Tech ETFs To Think About In 2017 (Investor's Business Daily)
A rundown of technology ETFs as the sector heats up.


2017 Looks Promising For Smart Beta (ETF Trends)
Investors move toward quasi-active strategies with lower price points, away from active.


The Latest In Financial Advisor #FinTech (Kitces)
Here’s a look at the latest trends and developments emerging in the world of technology solutions for financial advisors and wealth management.


10 Reasons Active Investing Can ‘Be Made Great Again’ (Barron’s)
David Kostin and his team at Goldman Sachs say 2017 will see better times for stock pickers. 


Why Trump May Label China A Currency Manipulator (Bloomberg)
Ideally, the move would bring China to the negotiating table without fueling a more damaging trade war.


Struggling China ETFs Worth A Look In Age Of Trump (TheStreet)
China's economy should grow solidly despite Trump's trade rhetoric, according to some analysts.



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