4 Investing Strategies Bogle Gets Wrong: Ritholtz
Vanguard founder John Bogle is an investing legend, Barry Ritholtz writes, but some of his investment philosophies need updating.
Bogle to DeLegge on ETFs: ‘It Is You Who Are Dead Wrong’
Sorry, Mr. DeLegge. I’m not “dead wrong” about ETF investing, and let your followers decide whether or not my comments in this note are “irrational.”
The use of ETFs may be attractive to certain investors. The tax advantages may make them even more attractive.
Financial Planning and Commoditization, Pt.1: Defining Terms
Financial planning itself may remain remarkably resistant to commoditization, but that doesn't mean some advisors aren't in trouble.
Daily Changes to ETF Premiums Can Be Predicted in Advance: Morningstar
New Morningstar research offers insight—and investment opportunity—based on the way ETF premiums and discounts behave.
FINRA Issues Top 10 Watch List for 2013
ETFs and variable annuities are among the 10 products and regulatory areas in the regulator’s sights.
Top 10 Biggest ETF Sponsors
As the Morningstar ETF Invest conference rolled along, a Cerulli report listed the biggest ETFs and also showed that new entrants into the market had a tough slog.
Ron Rhoades’ Exit From NAPFA Shocks Fee-Based Advisor World
In a self-punishing mea culpa, Rhoades said he was stepping down from the NAPFA chairmanship after discovering that he had committed a violation as chief compliance officer of his firm.
Northern Trust Swoops Into ETFs
When you think of Northern Trust, you probably don’t think of ETFs, but that’s about to change. ETF group head Shundrawn Thomas talked to AdvisorOne about how taking on the big guys isn't as hard as one might think.
ETFs Lessen IRS’ Sting at Tax Time
At tax time, one of the reasons to love ETFs becomes crystal clear: tax efficiency, says Schwab's Michael Iachini.