DOL Fiduciary Rule to Spark More ETF Use Among Advisors: Cerulli
Forty-five percent of advisors are planning to increase use of ETFs to comply with the DOL fiduciary rule, Cerulli reported.
Bonds, Not Stocks, Are the Future for Active ETFs
Throughout this week's Inside ETFs conference the talk about actively managed funds almost always came back to fixed income funds.
5 ‘Irrefutable’ Trends That Will Increase Advisors’ ETF Use
ETFs are not a "passing fad," Northern Trust's Shundrawn Thomas said during the Inside ETFs conference.
How Will ESG Investing Change Under Trump?
An Inside ETFs panel discusses whether ESG is out of step with government.
How to Choose the Right Words to Hook Clients: Pollster Luntz
GOP pollster Frank Luntz makes recommendations, which he has tested in his own polling research, for getting a good response from clients and prospects.
ETFs in 2016 Were Like ‘Michael Phelps in a Shark Suit’
At Inside ETFs conference, Matt Hougan and Dave Nadig discussed the current state of ETFs.
Are ETFs Breeding Systemic Risks?
The success of ETFs faces a backlash from critics who claim they create systemic risks for investors, but is that the case?
Active Management Isn’t Dead, but It’s Evolving: Vanguard’s Tom Rampulla
The managing director of Vanguard Financial Advisor Services makes the case for low-cost actively managed funds.
Kitces to Advisors: Don’t Fear Robos
Technology, not robo-advisors per se, is transforming the advisory business, says industry blogger and wealth manager Michael Kitces.
Nontransparent ETFs Could Be Game Changer for Fund Market
PwC's Nigel Bradshaw says SEC approval of nontransparent ETFs could open a "whole new market for the industry."