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Risk assets’ correction in last week was across the board: virtually all risk assets, other than US REITs (NYSE:VNQ), turned up negative. Among them, both international stocks (NYSE:EFA)
Expectations that measures of inflation will show increase in the near to medium term have driven up yields at the long end of the yield curve, with long term treasury ETFs dropping to the bottom
Innovation in the bond ETF space in recent years has been truly impressive, resulting in the introduction of a number of products that allow investors to fine tune their fixed income exposure.
Another week went by with risk assets being in much favor. This is especially true for the traditionally considered ‘riskiest’ assets including emerging market equities (NYSE:VWO)
U.S. stock market has been persistently in a steady up trend: last week, U.S. total stock market index [Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (NYSE:VTI), SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSE:SPY)] finally
WisdomTree, the New York City-based ETF issuer best known for its lineup of dividend focused funds, revealed continued
The latest Federal Reserve meeting came and went this week. And I gotta tell you, the Fed should replace the eagle on its website with an ostrich!
It may be premature to hit the print button for the death certificate of active management, but changes to the investing landscape over the last several years have forced a reassessment of the
Today, two more highly successful actively-managed ETFs celebrate their first anniversary – the iShares Diversified Alternatives Trust (NYSE:ALT) and the Enhanced Short Maturity Fund
So, is the United States headed towards deflation? While the financial markets have worried about it off and on for many months, of more concern right now is a potential bubble in the U.S. Treasury market. My colleague, Investment U’s Alexander Green, has noted several times the dangers of buying
As many investors have shunned stocks and turned to long-term fixed income to park their investment dollars, the safety of bonds, and the exchange traded funds (ETFs) that hold them, may
The brickbats are starting to pour in. For months, I’ve warned readers about the bubble developing in long-term Treasury bonds. Yet what was the top-performing asset class in the first half of 2010? You guessed it: Long-term Treasury bonds, with a total return – price gains plus interest – of 13.2%.