From David Fabian: TD Ameritrade roiled the investment community this week when it announced it was shaking up its commission-free ETF lineup across its entire brokerage platform.
We have been speaking a lot about battles for asset supremacy in certain segments of the ETF market lately between iShares and Vanguard, for example in the “EAFE Equity” and “Emerging Markets” categories to name a few, and today we hone in one area where Vanguard has a commanding advantage in AUM terms presently.
Paul Weisbruch of Street One Financial brings us his daily fund flows update, which today looks at some conflicting money flows in a couple of major large cap funds, along with major inflows into a trio of Vanguard ex-U.S. ETFs.
From David Fabian: Vanguard ETFs have become a juggernaut in the world of passive investment management. They are widely used across retail, institutional, and retirement plans as an effective way to get low-cost, liquid, tax efficient, and dependable exposure to both stocks and bonds.
ETF issuer Vanguard has once again lowered its management fees on a couple of popular funds, as the pricing war with BlackRock’s iShares and other issuers continues to intensify.
The CEO of one of the world’s largest asset managers just put out a warning to investors, noting that the Trump-fueled rally to new all-time highs is ignoring the massive risks associated with the new administration.
CANADA: Vanguard Investments Canada Inc. today announced the final September 2013 cash distributions for the Vanguard ETFs listed on Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Unitholders of record on September 25, 2013 will receive cash
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