Wednesday Hot Reads: Robots Are ETFs’ Best Friend

September 13, 2017

Compiled by Staff


Robots Are ETFs’ New Best Friend (Bloomberg)

ETFs need to start wooing the robots.


Portfolio Manager Vs Portfolio Management (Ritholtz)

The difference between those good at finding stocks and those who call the shots on timing and manage the portfolio.


Foreign Buying Of US Treasuries: Who’s No. 1? (WisdomTree)

Can this declining trend in yields be sustained through Q4?


Sept Surge Has XLV Call Buyers Buzzing (Schaeffer’s)

Short-term 'XLV' options are currently relatively cheap.


Fed Policy Normalization: Trickier Waters (Vanguard)

Fed policymakers meet again next week. What might we see?


Sell Loan ETF, Buy Junk (Barron's)

Brean Capital strategist Peter Tchir says get out of PowerShares' ‘BKLN’ and put your money in junk bond exposures. 


Do Dividends Still Matter? (Alpha Architect Blog)

A recent study considers effects of dividends within various investment buckets. 


BlackRock Shuffles Executive Lineup (Reuters)

iShares' global head may be in line to succeed Larry Fink.


Vanguard Launching 1st Active Factor ETFs (Bloomberg)

Bloomberg Intelligence's Eric Balchunas and Julie Hyman discuss Vanguard's plans to bring its first active ETFs to market.


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