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  • Mid-Cap ETFs: Not Too Big, Not Too Small, But Just Right Mid-Cap ETFs: Not Too Big, Not Too Small, But Just Right
    When looking at equity market exposure, investors may find that large-cap stocks are too big for rapid growth and small-caps may expose them to more volatile short-term moves, but middle …
  • The Growing Usage of ETFs by Insurers The Growing Usage of ETFs by Insurers
    By Todd Rosenbluth, CFRA Insurers held just $19 billion in ETF assets at the end of 2016 -- a minuscule portion of the $6 trillion in insurance general account assets. Moreover, …
  • An Inexpensive ETF for Mid-Cap Exposure An Inexpensive ETF for Mid-Cap Exposure
    Easily one of the primary selling points of exchange traded funds continues to be low fees. ETF expenses continue falling as issuers fight for investors' assets and investors are benefiting …
  • The Most Popular ETF Plays of the First Quarter The Most Popular ETF Plays of the First Quarter
    After the recent Trump-induced rally in U.S. markets, exchange traded fund investors looked to overseas markets over the first quarter in search of more cheaply priced assets and potential opportunities. …
  • ETF Investors Take a Shine Toward Overseas Markets, Corporate Credit ETF Investors Take a Shine Toward Overseas Markets, Corporate Credit
    As U.S. equities stuck within range near record highs over January, investors picked up overseas market and investment-grade corporate debt related exchange traded funds. Among the most popular ETF plays …
  • ETF managed portfolio BlackRock’s ETF Fee Cuts ‘Out Vanguard’ Vanguard
    BlackRock has cut prices across its iShares Core exchange traded fund suite ahead of the new Department of Labor fiduciary rule changes, positioning its broad investment options as quality and …
  • Marvelous Mid-Cap ETF Ideas Marvelous Mid-Cap ETF Investing Ideas
    Middle-capitalization stocks are outperforming this year, and investors can also target the mid-cap segment through related exchange traded funds. Mid-cap companies are slightly more diversified than their small-cap peers, which …
  • S&P 500 ETFs Are Exposed to Currency Risks, Strengthening USD S&P 500 ETFs Are Exposed to Currency Risks, Strong USD
    As we head toward the third quarter and the start of the earnings season, a strengthening U.S. dollar could weigh on S&P 500 and large-cap exchange traded funds that have …
  • 24 ETFs Targeting Outperforming Mid-Cap Category 24 ETFs Targeting Outperforming Mid-Cap Category
    Middle-capitalization stocks are outperforming this year, and investors can also target the mid-cap segment through related exchange traded funds. The middle capitalization category has also outperformed, with the S&P 400, …
  • Value ETFs Outperforming As Market Cools Off Value ETFs Outperforming As Market Cools Off
    ETFs that track the value style may outperform In the recent market rally, value stocks have been outpacing the market The value style has also outperformed across other asset categories As …
  • ETFs Tracking Smaller Companies Gain Ground
    As the equities markets rally off the February lows, small-cap stock exchange traded funds have sprinted ahead of their larger counterparts. Since the February 11 lows, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF …
  • Small-Cap Value ETFs Pick up Steam
    Small-cap exchange traded funds that track the value style are finally beginning to pull ahead after underperforming this year. Over the past two weeks, the iShares S&P Small Cap 600 …
  • Active Fund Aches: Are Passive ETFs More Profitable?
    The majority of actively managed large-cap managers are underperforming the benchmark S&P 500, adding fuel to the benefits of passively managed, index-based exchange traded funds. As of June 30, 2015, …
  • Mid-Cap ETFs Provide Diversified Portfolios with Great Risk-Adjusted Returns
    Investors may target middle capitalization stocks through exchange traded funds to capture attractive risk-adjusted returns. "Sometimes referred to as the market's sweet spot, mid-cap stocks are positioned in a way …
  • Reassessing Mid-Cap ETFs
    Middle-capitalization stocks and exchange traded funds have attracted greater interest over the years with their better risk-adjusted returns. Following the market's recent tumble, mid-caps are falling out of favor, but …
  • Your S&P 500 ETFs Are Exposed To Currency Fluctuations
    As the U.S. dollar strengthens against a basket of foreign currencies, large-cap companies and asset category-related exchange traded funds could be exposed to currency risks. According to S&P Dow Jones …
  • Interested in the U.S.? Look to ETFs that Target Smaller Companies.
    Exchange traded fund investors who are still interested in U.S. equities exposure should focus on the smaller segment of Corporate America. "For equity exposure, stay here in the U.S.," with …
  • There’s $7.8 Trillion Benchmarked to the S&P 500
    The S&P 500, the benchmark U.S. equity index, now has $7.8 trillion following it with $2.16 trillion of that coming by way of exchange traded funds, mutual funds and other …
  • A Cautious View on Mid-Cap ETFs
    Middle-capitalization stocks and exchange traded funds have attracted greater interest over the years with their better risk-adjusted returns. However, investors may not want to overweight the asset category as valuations …
  • Limit Exposure to Corporate America’s Forex Risks with Small-, Mid-Cap ETFs
    As the U.S. dollar strengthens against foreign currencies and hurts Corporate America's overseas profits, equity investors should consider small- and mid-cap exchange traded funds that track companies doing more business …
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