Wednesday Hot Reads: Religious ETFs Coming To Bond Market

May 24, 2017

Compiled by Staff


Religious ETFs Are About To Hit Bond Market (Bloomberg)
Inspire, the Hollister, California-based firm with two ETFs that target companies with so-called biblical values, plans to launch the first religiously focused fixed-income fund within the next few weeks.


Commodity ETFs Battling It Out In Quietest Fee War Ever (Bloomberg)
There's a fee war playing out in commodity ETFs, pitting the world's biggest money manager against a plucky upstart and the firm that invented the gold-backed fund.


Investors Shouldn't Ignore Risks Tied To ETFs (Globe And Mail)
Investors should look at both the pluses and minuses inherent when investing in ETFs.


An Int'l ETF Idea For Bargain Hunters (DXJ) (Investopedia)
Data confirm that investors have been putting plenty of capital to work with international ETFs this year.


Malaysia Growth At 2-Year High: ETF In Focus (Seeking Alpha)
Malaysia's central bank has said that its GDP grew 5.6% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2017, compared with 4.5% in the fourth quarter.


Best & Worst Q2'17: All Cap Blend ETFs & Mutual Funds (Seeking Alpha)
The All Cap Blend style ranks second out of the 12 fund styles as detailed in our Q2'17 Style Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report.


What Low Market Volatility Does Not Signal (BlackRock)
Wall Street’s fear gauge, the VIX, remains below its long-term average, even after last week’s spike. We explain how not to interpret today’s low equity market volatility.


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