Large-Cap ETFs Lead Robust July Inflows
U.S.-listed exchange-traded funds took in nearly $23 billion in July, up from $18 billion in June, ETF.com reported.
Is Gold Dead Money?
Gold is routinely and proudly declared a “safe haven.” But it hasn’t been very safe in 2015, despite problems in Greece and elsewhere, DeLegge writes.
State Street Cuts Fees on 41 ETFs
The move comes just two weeks after Vanguard surpassed SPDR in ETF assets.
Diversification, Discipline Still Important in 2015
Greed and fear make investors forget about discipline, but there are provocative solutions for clients who get impatient to move money.
Is the ETF Market Saturated?
An interview with Herb Blank of S-Network Global Indexes.
30 Best & Worst ETFs of Bernanke Era
History will judge the Fed chairman’s eight-year tenure, but data from ETF Database give an objective preview.
Gold’s 2013 Retreat Likely to Continue in New Year
Fed tapering and drop in demand from huge Indian market portend lower prices, though demand from China has been strong.
Gold’s Decline Is International Concern
All that glitters isn’t paying off as it did only a couple of years ago.
Spanish Industrial Output Falls
The news for Spain just kept getting worse on Wednesday as its industrial output fell the most since October 2009.
Gold Headed for Bear Market: Soros
Analysts might be bullish on gold for 2012, but George Soros isn't so sure.