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BlackRock Second-Quarter Profit Rises 43% As Assets Advance

BlackRock Inc., the world's biggest money manager, said second-quarter profit increased 43 percent as fees climbed along with the assets it oversees for investors.

Private-Label ETFs For Advisors


Exchange Traded Concepts offers a new turnkey platform to help money managers, financial advisors and others bring their own ETFs to market.

ETFs Provide Exposure to Foreign Currencies

by Tom Lydon

2011 could be the year of the currency ETF as more investors tap into them to diversify away from the dollar, seek safe havens or implement other sophisticated currency strategies in a...

ETF Assets Will Double To $2 Trillion By 2015, Report Says


U.S. exchange-traded fund assets are expected to double to $2 trillion before the end of 2015, according to a new report.

Gross's Total Return ETF To Charge 0.55% In Fees, Pimco Says


Pacific Investment Management Co.'s first active exchange-traded fund to be run by Bill Gross will charge annual fees of 0...

Advisors Using Fewer Asset Managers


Financial advisors each year are reducing their use of asset managers in building their clients' investment portfolios, according to a Cerulli Associates research report.

Safeguards Scant As RIAs Increase 39%

The lightly regulated RIA industry -- where low barriers to entry helped swell membership by 39 percent in six years -- may offer few protections for investors who wind up with incompetent...

China ETF Sinks On Inflation Fears

The biggest Chinese exchange-traded fund in the U.S...

A Bear Market For Bonds?

by Tom Lydon

The new environment calls for advisors to review their fixed-income holdings and devise a strategy to protect these positions.

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Large-Cap Equity Capturing The Most ETF Assets


Large-cap equity and emerging markets are getting the most U.S. ETF assets, followed by fixed income, according to BlackRock.

Plowing Through The Bumper Crop Of Ag ETFs


There's a growing number of agriculture-related ETFs, but investors need to check the specs to see how these funds differ and whether they're a good fit for their portfolio.

Investing With Commodity ETFs

by Tom Lydon

Before ETFs covered the commodities space, a person had to either be part of a large institution or have an account in the commodities pits to gain exposure to price movements in the...

Stock Pickers Lose Market Share As Allocators Embrace ETFs

A growing field of managers who use ETFs to build stand-alone portfolio are grabbing market share from actively managed mutual funds.

Tapping Infrastructure

by Marla Brill

Infrastructure ETFs have offered mixed returns to investors.

New ETFs Tackle Rising Interest Rates

ETF companies are rolling out new products to combat the threat of rising rates. Toward that end, the industry is seeing continued expansion of fixed-income ETFs.

Rydex, Dorsey Wright Team To Create ETF Models


The combination blends Rydex ETFs and Dorsey's technical research and analysis into a new series of model ETF portfolios that rely on tactical, multi-asset allocation methodology.

Putting SRI On The Radar Screen

by Jerilyn Klein Bier

How large the SRI industry is and how much it's under the radar surprises this financial advisor, who's been trying to make it more visible for investors and other advisors.

Shopping Agricultural ETFs While Grocery Bills Surge

by Tom Lydon

Today's harvest projections don't measure up to the levels that people consume.

TD Ameritrade Offers ETFs In 401(k) Plans


TD Ameritrade Trust Co. recently launched a program enabling plan sponsors and independent RIAs to offer exchange-traded funds to 401(k) participants.

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