Trang Ho • April 11, 2014
Exchange-traded funds offer investors a low-fee retirement portfolio option, but some say including ETFs may actually be costly.
Carol J. Clouse • April 10, 2014
Solactive’s launch last month of the first-ever green bond index is a sign that sustainable investment has taken root in the fixed-income market.
Trang Ho • April 03, 2014
The index will track 21 billionaires’ stock purchases. The fees are low, but some question its utility.
Craig Mellow • March 20, 2014
Some analysts are negative on emerging markets — but for reasons other than the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.
Matt Mossman • March 11, 2014
Through exchange-traded funds, retail investors get easier access to gold — and more influence on the metal’s price.
Maureen Nevin Duffy • February 18, 2014
For financial institutions, freeing cash meant to cover bad debts — so-called loan-loss reserve — may provide a false picture of health.
Maureen Nevin Duffy • January 21, 2014
ETFs saw corporate bond funds rise and T-bill funds fall. Now seemingly on the upswing: the taste for risk.
Sarfraz Thind • December 31, 2013
Flat inflation, a slowly improving economy and reduced Indian demand have produced weak gold prices. But the Chinese are buying.
Rosalyn Retkwa • December 29, 2013
A new exchange-traded fund that allows U.S. investors direct access to Chinese companies is part of a growing emerging-markets trend.
Rosalyn Retkwa • October 31, 2013
As the year of the actively managed ETF goes into the home stretch, it’s time to take a look at which funds have pulled ahead.
Maureen Nevin Duffy • October 28, 2013
Floating-rate ETFs offer a safe haven for investors looking for stability in a world of uncertainty over interest rates.
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