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  1. Glass Half-Full for Active ETFs

    The uptake of actively managed ETFs will increase amid innovation in the financial-services industry as investors' comfort levels grow, says State Street's Chris Goolgasian.

  2. PIMCO Total Return: The Mutual Fund vs. the ETF

    The performance differences have narrowed between the two funds recently, and Morningstar's Tim Strauts and Eric Jacobson say PIMCO investors should choose the least expensive option.

  3. 3 Methods of Evaluating ETFs

    Windhaven's Eric Biegeleisen discusses his firm's broad approach to ETF selection and its focus on the tracking, trading, and structural aspects of such funds.

  4. Are ETFs a Blessing and a Curse for Yield-Seekers?

    ETFs allow fixed-income investors to put money into markets that were previously inaccessible, but the abundance of funds can complicate the decision-making process, says Wela Strategies' Mitch Reiner.

  5. ETF Strategy Growth a Boon for Advisors

    The growth in ETF managed portfolios has created numerous choices and complementary strategies for advisors to better serve their clients, says RiverFront's Peter Quinn.

  6. Are These Investment Trends Just Fads?

    Morningstar's John Rekenthaler offers his take on whether market hot spots, such as low-volatility funds, alternatives, and multi-asset-class income vehicles, have long-term staying power.

  7. Become a Better Index Investor

    Roundtable Report: Experts dig into the ETF versus index fund debate, active and passive strategies, fixed-income benchmarks, factor investing, and much more.

  8. PIMCO Total Return ETF Puts Active ETFs on the Map

    The launch of PIMCO's new fund Total Return ETF may prompt advisors and individual investors to reset their point of view about active ETFs over the next couple of years, says Morningstar's Paul Justice.

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