In a big piece of ETF industry news, the Nasdaq stock exchange has convinced PowerShares to delist 27 of its popular ETFs from NYSE, and instead list them on the Nasdaq.
NYSE:GIS, NASDAQ:CSCO, NYSE:FL
NYSE:MMM, NYSE:EMR, NYSE:DOV, NYSE:PH, NYSE:GPC
NYSE:CVX, NYSE:MO, NYSE:PFM, NYSE:VYM, NYSE:DTD
NYSEARCA:HDV, NYSEARCA:PFM, NYSEARCA:FDL, NYSEARCA:SCHD, NYSEARCA:GNAT, NYSEARCA:DOO, NYSEARCA:DTN, NASDAQ:CHXF
NYSEARCA:PID, NYSEARCA:FDL, NYSEARCA:PEY, NYSEARCA:PFM, NYSEARCA:VIG, NYSEARCA:SDY
NYSEARCA:SDY, NYSEARCA:VIG, NYSEARCA:SPY, NYSEARCA:PFM, NYSEARCA:KBWD, NYSEARCA:DOO, NYSE:MCD, NYSE:KO, NYSE:IBM
AMEX:DLN, AMEX:IVV, AMEX:SDIV, AMEX:SPY, AMEX:PFM, NASDAQ:GULF
NYSE:T, NYSE:PEP, NYSE:PFM, NYSE:VYM
NYSE:PFM, NYSE:VYM, NYSE:DTD
NYSE:VIG, NYSE:PFM, NYSE:VOO, NYSE:SDIV, NYSE:SDY, NYSE:PEY, NYSE:GRPC
As the ETF world has grown over the past few years, investors have had the opportunity to access a number of different asset classes that were once off-limits to the average investor.
Take a quick survey of the retirement landscape and things look pretty darn dire. According to a survey conducted by Wells Fargo last month, the average American has managed to save a meager