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More money has flowed into property ETFs, some with juicy yields, in the first 10 weeks of the year than all of last year.
Overseas trading of Russian stocks is soaring as investors react to the twists and turns of the military standoff in Ukraine.
Booming biotech and pharma sectors are fueling stellar returns in health care.
A different kind of ETF is drawing record cash by promoting better returns with the same stocks held in index funds.
The SEC is asking whether banks are adequately explaining the risks of exchange-traded notes, a step toward its first new guidance for the market in almost eight years.
Reggie Browne, now at Cantor Fitzgerald, has been a central figure in helping ETFs grow globally.
Investors are returning to the U.S stock market after the worst selloff in seven months, adding almost 52 times more money to exchange-traded funds that own equities than bonds.
Such funds scored big last year, but how will they do in down markets when hedge funds might be expected to fare better?
With U.S. stocks doing a stutter-step after a five-year bull run, a shift into low-volatility funds might give you a little more traction if the market retrenches.
According to Cerulli Associates, advisor use of ETFs grew at an annual rate of about 27 percent during the five-year period through 2012.
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