Emerging Markets Equity ETFs
[Column/Features]August 05, 2012
Some developing countries might be lagging on their Olympic medal count, but they are certainly ahead of the game in the emerging markets space, EG Advisors’ head says.
[ANALYST BLOGS IU.COM]August 05, 2012
On July 17, PGJ, the 4th-largest China ETF by assets, fell more than 4 percent, while its competitors—FXI, GXC, and MCHI—posted positive gains for the day. What happened?
[Monthly ETF Fund Flows]July 31, 2012
Brewing uncertainties surrounding the global economy did little to dent ETF investors' appetite for risk in July.
[Column/Features]July 31, 2012
Tracker funds offering exposure to mainland Chinese shares see heavy investor demand.
[ETF Morning Call]July 30, 2012
Global markets rise on hopes of European central bank and Federal Reserve stimulus plans.
[Interviews]July 29, 2012
Bond investors need to understand the dangers of what awaits them when low rates run their course, indexing legend Malkiel says.
[ANALYST BLOGS IU.COM]July 26, 2012
Some ETFs now in registration may fail; others may never even launch; but some are worth waiting for.
[ANALYST BLOGS IU.COM]July 08, 2012
Demand for emerging market debt is growing, but recent returns in this space vary wildly.
[Interviews]July 08, 2012
The commodities investment legend says he’s ready to buy more gold once its correction runs its course, but for now he’s shorting Europe.
[Podcasts]July 04, 2012
Paul and Ugo discuss the aftermath of the Barclays Libor scandal, new mainland China ETFs and a new dividend play in the ETF space.
[Column/Features]June 27, 2012
The High Court’s ruling on Obamacare leaves investors with lots of questions; a sample report from IndexUniverse’s ETF Analytics' unit can make finding answers easier.