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IndexIQ Liquid Alternatives Continue To Attract Fixed Income Investors

December 2nd, 2013

indexiqLiquid alternatives from IndexIQ are continuing to prove attractive to financial advisors and investors looking to generate income but concerned about the impact of rising interest rates on their portfolios, according to IndexIQ, a leading developer Read more…

NYSE:CROP, NYSE:GRES, NYSE:MCRO, NYSE:MNA, NYSE:ROOF

IndexIQ Announces September 2013 Performance of Its Indexes

October 2nd, 2013

indexiqIndexIQ, a leading developer of index-based alternative investment solutions, today announced the performance of its proprietary family of hedge fund replication and alternative beta indexes. Read more…

NYSE:CROP, NYSE:KROO, NYSE:QAI

Agribusiness ETFs Head-To-Head (CROP, MOO)

October 27th, 2012

Stoyan Bojinov: If Jim Rogers has taught us anything, it’s that agriculture exposure is a must for any investment portfolio. At first thought, some might be eager to jump Read more…

NYSE:CROP, NYSE:MOO

How To Build A Futures Free Commodity Portfolio With ETFs (HAP, LIT, REMX, CROP, GLTR, CCX)

September 10th, 2012

Daniela Pylypczak: For commodity traders, futures contracts and futures-based products are usually the go-to financial instruments for gaining exposure to your favorite hard assets. While futures investing may be appealing, there are many serious Read more…

NYSE:CROP, NYSE:GLTR, NYSE:HAP, NYSE:LIT, NYSE:REMX

Drought’s Major Impact on ETF Commodities, Agriculture (CROP, EMER, QAI, MCRO)

August 24th, 2012

Adam Patti, CEO of IndexIQ, sat down with FOX Buisness to discuss the drought of 2012 and its impact on agriculture stocks. Adam also gives his ETF picks for the Read more…

NYSE:CROP, NYSE:EMER, NYSE:MCRO, NYSE:QAI

IndexIQ Announces April 2012 Performance of Its IQ Hedge Family of Investable Benchmark Hedge Fund Replication Indexes

May 8th, 2012

IndexIQ, a leading developer of index-based alternative investment solutions, today announced the performance of its proprietary family of hedge fund replication and alternative beta Read more…

ETF BASIC NEWS

iShares: The Low Cost ETF Issuer? (CNDA, KROO, MOO, CROP, PAGG, SIL, INP, PIN, EPI)

February 8th, 2012

Michael Johnston: With more than 40% of the U.S. market, iShares has long been the leader in the U.S. ETF industry. But in recent years the competition has been gaining ground, thanks in part to more cost efficient products. According to the ETF Industry Association, Vanguard led all ETF Read more…

NASDAQ:PAGG, NYSE:CNDA, NYSE:CROP, NYSE:KROO, NYSE:MOO

iShares Rolls Out Commodity-Focused Equity ETFs (CROP, MOO, GDX, GGGG, SIL)

February 3rd, 2012

Michael Johnston: iShares, the largest U.S. ETF issuer in terms of both assets and number of funds, continued the aggressive expansion of its product lineup this week with five new products offering exposure to commodity-related stocks. Each of the new ETFs will compete with existing products Read more…

NYSE:FILL, NYSE:PICK, NYSE:RING, NYSE:SLVP, NYSE:VEGI

A Coming Great Global Angst (DBA, MOO, CROP, CORN, DBC)

January 23rd, 2012

Rick Mills: As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information. Our agriculture system is concentrated on producing a very few staple crops – there is a very serious lack of crop diversity. Corn, wheat, rice and soy are the main staples and production is Read more…

NYSE:CORN, NYSE:CROP, NYSE:DBA, NYSE:DBC, NYSE:MOO

Corn Prices: A Startling American Commodity Trend (CROP, CORN, MOO, UGA, DBA, MON)

January 22nd, 2012

Kevin McElory: In 2011, for the first time ever, more corn (NYSEArca:CORN) was made into ethanol than consumed as food (for humans) or feed (for animals) in the United States. Read more…

NYSE:CORN, NYSE:CROP, NYSE:DBA, NYSE:MOO, NYSE:UGA

Two Commodity Producer ETFs To Liquidate (CRBA, CRBI, MOO, PAGG, CROP, XME, EMT)

December 14th, 2011

Michael Johnston: Heading into 2011, many observers of the ETF industry were warning that this year could see a wave of fund closures, as ETFs that were failing to generate positive cash flow for the institutions behind them could be shuttered. That wave of contraction has yet to really play out, as only Read more…

NASDAQ:PAGG, NYSE:CRBA, NYSE:CRBI, NYSE:CROP, NYSE:EMT, NYSE:MOO, NYSE:XME




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