Schwab ETF OneSource Assets Surged 34% in 2016
November year-to-date flows into ETFs in the OneSource program represented 53% of the total ETF flows at Schwab.
Solar Power Poised to Become Lowest Cost Energy Option Almost Everywhere
Solar power now cheaper than coal in many markets, a distinction will spread to most countries within the decade, says Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Active Investment Management Never Went Away
But it was overwhelmed by passive investing because of its structural challenges: high costs, high turnover and management by committee.
US ETFs, ETPs Reach Record Assets With Strong November Flows
Globally listed products have their 34th consecutive month of net inflows, according to ETFGI.
ETF Tactical Trades in Wake of Fed Hike
The economic forecast is rosy, but identifying opportunities for ETF tactical trades remain dependent on Donald Trump’s policies.
The Best and Worst ETFs of 2016: Morningstar
The 'valedictorian of the ETF class of 2016' is Vanguard's VIGI, with its low cost and strong 'moat,' writes Ben Johnson of Morningstar.
Top 2017 Emerging EMEA Picks Are All Things Russia; Avoid Turkey
Investors seek bargains in politically stable countries; some asset managers favor Egypt’s local-currency bonds.
Is 2017 the Year of Active Management?
ETFs are increasingly used as active tools by investors of all stripes.
Young Americans Piled Into Some Horrendous ETF Trades Right After the Election
Millennials turned to exchange-traded funds that employed leverage after Trump's win, and that move turned out to hurt them.
Wells Fargo Lining Up Robot Stock Pickers for Its First Ever ETF
The bank’s fund unit is considering launching its first ETF within three to six months, company executives said.