State Street Cuts Fees on 41 ETFs
The move comes just two weeks after Vanguard surpassed SPDR in ETF assets.
Time for a BRIC Breakup
The inability of Brazil, Russia, India and China to collectively outperform peer emerging market nations indicates that something is badly amiss with the BRIC concept.
Smart-Beta ETFs: 3 Factors to Calculate Before Adding to a Portfolio
Still trying to understand what “smart beta” means for ETFs? Hint: it’s where active meets passive.
So You Want to Launch Your Own ETF?
With a strong idea, loyal clients or unique niche, today you could rightly say: “When I want to invest in an ETF, I launch one.”
PIMCO Outflows Aside, Bond ETFs Looking to Shine in 2015
Jeff Gundlach’s plan to launch a DoubleLine bond ETF will bring new competition to PIMCO’s Total Return.
S&P Got a Little Casual With Its Mortgage Ratings
Here's a story the SEC tells about Standard & Poor's 2010 holiday party that ends in $67 million in fines for S&P.
Looking Ahead and Managing Change: 35 Years With Investment Advisor—Slideshow
This year is the 35th anniversary of Investment Advisor.
Where Do We Go From Here?
Predictions are inherently tricky business.
The Strengthening Dollar
Who wouldn't want to own the greenback? With the Dow and S&P 500 regularly hitting new highs and the economy continuing to put up good numbers, the U.S. is a tropical island in a world dominated by fiscal malaise and geopolitical chaos.
Is the ETF Market Saturated?
An interview with Herb Blank of S-Network Global Indexes.