BlackRock's Matt Tucker discusses notions about fixed-income ETF premiums and discounts, tax efficiency, liquidity, and more.
Morningstar's Scott Burns discusses investor demand for dividends, international TIPS, and deeper exposure to emerging-market consumers with State Street's Tony Rochte.
Active ETFs may hold a tax advantage, but lack of 401(k) availability and the need to publish daily holdings have held back their growth versus their open-end brethren.
2011 showed unabated ETF adoption, a focus on risk and income, increasing demand for non-U.S. debt, more alternative ETFs, and more, says Morningstar's director of ETF research.
Fears about the strength of the global recovery--not the proliferation of exchange-traded produces--are driving the wild swings in the stock market, says iShares' Leland Clemons.
Even small investors should call product providers and ask for help finding liquidity before diving into a thinly traded ETF, says iShares' Leland Clemons.
Morningstar's Scott Burns discusses how counterparty risk may not be as bad as it's cracked up to be.
Whether you are looking for core foreign exposure or making a tactical bet, ETFs can be a good choice for international-stock investors, says Morningstar's Patty Oey.
See what we recommend for risk-averse ETF investors.
In an effort to leverage the growing $1.4 trillion ETF market, Charles Schwab a basket of 105 commission-free exchange-traded funds.
We uncover some equity ETFs that look cheap based on the value of their underlying portfolio holdings.
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