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Exchange-traded funds

It’s a matter of when, not if, the SEC approves bitcoin spot ETF, says Grayscale CEO

Crypto experts are hopeful a spot bitcoin ETF could arrive as soon as this year.The optimism comes on the heels of the Securities...

Inflation and an aggressive Fed could mean investors should rethink the traditional 60/40 portfolio

Investors in this allocation could find themselves suffering declines in both the equities and fixed income sides of their portfolios. Source link

New report finds almost 80% of active fund managers are falling behind the major indexes

More than three-quarters of active mutual fund managers are falling behind the S&P 500 and the Dow, a new report finds.The S&P Indices...

Five months in, bitcoin ETFs are down big but showing signs of staying power

The bitcoin futures ETFs have slightly underperformed the spot cryptocurrency in a volatile first five months of existence. Source link

Looking to reduce your carbon footprint and make money? This ETF focuses on going green in more ways than one

It's an exchange-traded fund looking to go green in more ways than one.Run by DWS Group, the Emerging Markets Carbon Reduction and Climate...

An ETF playbook for navigating the Fed’s rate-hiking plans

These exchange traded funds have factors that could help them outperform as the Fed hikes rates. Source link

Investor behavior in Europe is mirroring the market’s worst crises, new research shows

Traders from BGC, a global brokerage company in London's Canary Wharf financial centre react as European stock markets open early June 24, 2016...

Globalization in reverse for the fund industry: Are parts of the world now ‘uninvestable?’

With Russian stocks no longer trading in Moscow and index providers deleting those stocks, ETF providers face a difficult question. Source link

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