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The scion of a family firm founded on commodities mutual funds reflects on its rotation into exchange-traded funds, how to offer investors access to the asset class safely, and much more.
Golden oldies are offering locked down music lovers social connectedness in lockdown and paying dividends as a result
This internet ETF has outperformed not only the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average, but also the Nasdaq.
Investors with indexed portfolios are vulnerable to increasing market volatility, writes Satyajit Das.
Exchange traded funds used to be tied to higher volatility and even fraud. It’s worth remembering their advantages.
S&P Global Inc. said Wednesday that it kicked out big-name companies and added others to its sustainable version of its bellwether S&P 500 index, a move that will impact a growing swath of investments tied to the benchmark.
The defensive weighting of the Invesco S&P 500 Low Volatility ETF makes it a winner, CFRA says.
A new offering from Fidelity Investments inhabits a gray areas amid the market shift, and suggests that there’s more life left in the mutual fund space than ETF-watchers might realize.
Market selloff underscores how having 50% in stocks is too risky for people who are retiring now.
Credit Suisse cautioned investors on Friday that buying a leveraged exchange-traded note sponsored by the bank could result in complete loss of their original investment. The investment bank said that VelocityShares 3x Inv...