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Closure Of FactorShares Removes An ETF Industry Blight

November 19th, 2013

FactorSharesRon Rowland: Factor Capital Management, the managing owner of the FactorShares family of ETFs, recently announced the closure and liquidation of its five ETFs.  Thursday, November 21, will be the last day of trading.  These funds already have Read more…

NYSE:FOL, NYSE:FSA, NYSE:FSE, NYSE:FSG, NYSE:FSU

What The Heck Is A Global Carbon ETN; And Why Was It Down 25% In June? (TVIX, MCRO, FOL, GRN)

July 5th, 2011

As the size of the ETF lineup has sped towards 1,300, more and more specialized and targeted products have been hitting the market. While most of ETF assets are in “plain vanilla” funds offering exposure to well-known benchmarks, the ETF roster is now filled with dozens of hyper-targeted Read more…

NYSE:FOL, NYSE:GRN, NYSE:MCRO, NYSE:TVIX

Stephen Schork: Buy Oil Producers, Not Oil Futures or ETFs

June 23rd, 2011

So you’re tired of getting gouged at the pump and would like to extract some manner of revenge against the high price of oil and gasoline. Great idea. But before you wander into the oil futures pits of the NYMEX or snap up a conveniently bundled ETF Read more…

NYSE:BNO, NYSE:CRUD, NYSE:DBO, NYSE:DNO, NYSE:DTO, NYSE:FOL, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:OLO, NYSE:SCO, NYSE:SZO, NYSE:UHN, NYSE:USL, NYSE:USO

Q&A With Stuart Rosenthal: Factor ETF Investing

June 22nd, 2011

Recently, we hosted Stuart Rosenthal, CEO and Co-Founder of Factor Advisors, the company behind the FactorShares ETF lineup, here at the ETF Database headquarters. In our wide ranging conversation, we discussed how Stuart got started in the ETF business, what factor investing entails, Read more…

NYSE:FOL

Double Oil Shocker: The Possible End of OPEC… ExxonMobil’s Big Find

June 13th, 2011

Two days ago in Vienna, the 12 members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) spent five hours bickering, and ultimately failed to reach an agreement to increase production quotas. This was the first time that happened in 20 years. That’s not particularly good news for motorists, who could be facing higher prices at the pump as a result. Crude traders were stunned, and sent oil prices Read more…

NYSE:OIL, NYSE:USO




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