Journal of Indexes: Are index licenses history?
November / December 2006
by Journal of Indexes Staff
by Jonathan Mazer and Alison RendeRecent case law suggests index licensing fees may go the way of the dodo. Ummm… yikes!
by Jim WiandtWiandt tackles the big question: Which produces better returns, ETFs or index funds? And why?
by Albert NeubertEnd index licensing fees, as Mazer and Rende suggest, and the golden age of indexing will shutter to a halt.
by Nick Ronalds and Colin AndersonCreating a synthetic EAFE futures position is no picnic; the CME offers an alternative.
by Brian Barrett and Thomas SandersThe “systemic drift” of the U.S. Dollar Index has vanished in the face of the euro and an improved index.
by Craig IsraelsenIsraelsen focuses on what really matters in the index vs. active debate: performance at the portfolio level.
by David BlitzerReturns are all anyone talks about. What about the other half of the equation? We need more focus on risk.
by Matt HouganThe S&P 500 Equal-Weight ETF gets five stars? That must drive active fund managers crazy.
Journal of IndexesSubscribe Now
Browse Archives 2006