Tuesday Hot Reads: Global ETFs Outperforming US Stocks

May 30, 2017

Compiled by ETF.com Staff


Global ETFs Outperforming US Stocks By Wide Margin (ETF Daily News)
Sure, the U.S. market is doing great, but the rest of the world is doing even better.


Top European Stock ETFs (The Reformed Broker)
The YTD performance of the top five largest European ETFs ranges from 14% to 19%. On a one-year basis, WisdomTree’s product—which hedges out the euro exposure—is leading, but this year it is lagging.


Financial Advice More About Trust Than Money (MarketWatch)
Investors need to know what they’re paying for and why, writes Greg Mech.


University Of Chicago Sued By DC Plan Participants For Breaching Fiduciary Duty (Pensions and Investments)
The university is the latest to face complaints of excessive fees and of investing retirement assets in high-cost and poor-performing funds.


Strategic Philanthropy: Marrying Performance & Purpose (SPDR Blog)
Using financial capital for good has become a core aspect of our value system. While this desire to give back is not a shift for investors, it may be a new perspective for advisors.


The Other Difference Between Mutual Funds & Jeans (Bloomberg)
When you buy jeans, the seller actually must deliver a pair of jeans. But what is a fund company required to deliver? 


Gold Miners Face Pain As ETFs Cause Massive Share Price Swings (ABC)
The bewitching hour is fast approaching for many small gold miners.


MSCI Boost May Give Pakistan Market $500 Million 'Headache' (Bloomberg Markets)
The potential influx of investment due to the upgrade of Pakistan's market to emerging market status could cause a hangover.


How Many Will Stay The Course During The Next Bear Market? (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
It's easy to be a long-term investor when stocks are rising; discipline is key.


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