Wed. Hot Reads: Homebuilder Stocks Down 40%

October 24, 2018

Compiled by Staff


Homebuilder Stocks Drop 40% (CNBC)
As stock market—particularly homebuilders—experiences difficulty, it may pressure Fed to ease interest-rate-hike pace.


ETFs Extend Asset Lead Over Hedge Funds (P&I)
Annual gap between ETF and hedge fund investment widens.


ETF Investors Ditch Regional Banks As Shares Hit 13-Month Low (Bloomberg)
"KRE" down 20% since June; outflows at $280 million this month.


3 Reasons To Reconsider Emerging Markets (Invesco)
While EM has lagged in 2018, some EM factors outperformed.


Bond Pickers Warn Of Liquidity Risks For Junk Bond ETFs (Bloomberg)
Active fund managers in Europe’s junk bond market believe end of easy money may provide new grounds to fight back against ETFs.


Beyond 60/40 ETF Portfolio (MainStay)
Economy is strong but markets are turbulent, reminding people those two things aren’t always correlated.


State Street Wins Space Race With New ETF (Bloomberg)
Asset manager also starting cheapest U.S. thematic ETF.


Growing Thematic ETF Universe Warrants Scrutiny (Wealth Management)
Thematic ETFs carry quirks requiring advisors to take a second look.


Advisors Too Reliant On Bull Market? (Barron's)
Biggest asset-growth driver last year was market performance, which is fleeting.


What Scares Young Americans Most About Investing (Think Advisor)
They worry Social Security won't be there, but are intimidated by stock investing.

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