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Stock markets have broadly come back so far in 2011, as optimism over growth in emerging nations and some portions of the developed world has outweighed geopolitical concerns
So if you’re missing out on the commodity boom, what is the best way to get in? CNBC brought in Adam Patti, Indexiq CEO, and Tom Lydon, ETF Trends for their
I keep pretty close tabs on the ETF industry. I’m not easily impressed, but I have to say that sponsors are on a roll in 2011. They’re bringing out innovative new products at a record pace.
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 indexes.
March marked the most active month yet in 2011 for the ETF industry. While both of the previous months saw a healthy boost in funds introduced and filed for, March brought 38 new funds to
The IQ Global Agribusiness Small Cap ETF (NYSE:CROP), launched 3/22/2011, invests in global small cap companies engaged in the agribusiness sector. This includes crop production & farming
Global X, the New York City-based ETF issuer known for its various country and sector-specific products, continues to be active on the product development front; the firm recently
One of my favorite ways for regular investors to invest in the agriculture commodity boom is to buy the Market Vectors Agriculture ETF (NYSE:MOO).
IndexIQ, the ETF issuer best known for its lineup of hedge fund replication and county-specific small cap ETFs, announced the launch of a new fund today targeting an increasingly popular
IndexIQ, a leading developer of index-based liquid alternative investment solutions, is set to launch the IQ Global Agribusiness Small Cap ETF (NYSE:CROP) on March 22, 2011, it was announced today. CROP is the
IndexIQ, a leading developer of index-based liquid alternative investment solutions, is set to launch the IQ Global Agribusiness Small Cap ETF (NYSE:CROP) on March 22, 2011, it was
IndexIQ will begin trading its new “IQ Global Agribusiness Small Cap ETF” (NYSE:CROP) Tuesday, March 22, 2011. The Fund seeks investment results that correspond (before fees and expenses) generally to the price and yield performance of its underlying index, the IQ Global