BATS Global Markets March 2015 Update: Reports Another Record Month in U.S. Options with 9.4% Market Share; 20.8% U.S. Equities Market Share, 23.3% European Equities Market Share
The four largest small-blend exchange-traded funds each have something to offer passive investors looking to overweight small-cap stocks.
Emerging markets drove ETF flows in January.
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Investors lock in profits in high-yield bond funds and increase flows to government-bond funds.
With the CBO projecting a recession and the Fed poised to act, equities could be at risk.
With the rise in correlations, diversification is more important than ever.
Tax planning throughout the year can be the most effective way to increase aftertax returns.
Some ETF investors are piling into gold while others are betting on a strengthening greenback.
Large-cap stocks look cheap relative to small-cap stocks.