Trang Ho • August 08, 2014
The iBillionaire ETF tracks top investors’ purchases with the hopes of getting similar returns. But some see the cash only heading toward the likes of Carl Icahn and Warren Buffett.
Julie Segal • August 07, 2014
Northern Trust and State Street Global Advisors are leading the charge among large index fund providers to offer a more active alternative.
Trang Ho • July 11, 2014
A new MarketAxess/BlackRock tool could be the answer to wide bid-ask spreads in bond ETFs. But some say it could unintentionally spike volatility in the fixed-income market.
Michael Peltz • June 01, 2014
While hedge fund manager Seth Klarman and index fund pioneer Jack Bogle have different views on the age-old question, both shed light on why beating the market may be close to impossible.
Rob Curran • May 16, 2014
In Michael Lewis’s book Flash Boys, alternative trading system IEX is cast as a leader in demurking the high frequency trading waters.
Allen T. Cheng • April 30, 2014
CEO Alex Matturri sees growing long-term demand for Dow Jones's products in developing countries, notwithstanding recent market weakness.
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.
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