ETFs

  1. High Dividend ETF: iShares Core High Dividend ...

    Get a comparison review of two high dividend yield ETFs: the iShares Core High Dividend ...
  2. 2 Reasons to Be Wary of New ETFs (IFLY, EQLT)

    Pay attention to the number of thematic and smart beta ETFs that may fail to survive ...
  3. ETF Investing: Is XLP Consumer Staples Still ...

    Get a review of State Street's Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF, and find ...
  4. The 5 Best Smart Beta ETFs (IWF,IWD,VIG,VTV,VUG)

    These five smart beta ETFs from BlackRock and Vanguard have been long-term winners. ...
  5. The 2 Best Smart Beta Mutual Funds (DSEEX,PXTIX)

    These two smart beta mutual funds offer potential, but are their ETF counterparts ...
  6. Smart Beta ETF Myths and Misconceptions

    Discover smart beta exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and learn about some of the common ...
  1. High Dividend ETF: iShares Core High Dividend ...

    Get a comparison review of two high dividend yield ETFs: the iShares Core High Dividend ...
  2. 2 Reasons to Be Wary of New ETFs (IFLY, EQLT)

    Pay attention to the number of thematic and smart beta ETFs that may fail to survive ...
  3. ETF Investing: Is XLP Consumer Staples Still ...

    Get a review of State Street's Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF, and find ...
  4. The 5 Best Smart Beta ETFs (IWF,IWD,VIG,VTV,VUG)

    These five smart beta ETFs from BlackRock and Vanguard have been long-term winners. ...
  5. The 2 Best Smart Beta Mutual Funds (DSEEX,PXTIX)

    These two smart beta mutual funds offer potential, but are their ETF counterparts ...
  6. Active Traders Are Turning Bullish on Sugar and ...

    These chart patterns suggest that commodities such as sugar are worth a closer look.
  1. Become Your Own Financial Advisor

    If you have some financial know-how, you don’t have to hire someone to advise you ...
  2. Top ETFs And What They Track: A Tutorial

    This Investopedia tutorial provides an introduction to the leading exchange-traded ...
  3. Analyzing The Best Retirement Plans And Investment ...

    Understanding the various retirement investments - from annuities to 401(k)s and ...
  4. Guide To ETF Providers

    The exact number of ETFs on the market at any one time ebbs and flows, these twelve ...
  1. What is the difference between exchange traded funds (ETFs) and closed end funds?

    Understand the difference between exchange-traded funds and closed-end funds, and learn how investors can use each to meet ...
  2. Why are MLP ETFs so expensive?

    Discover master limited partnership (MLP) ETFs and the legal characteristics that make them so expensive as well as the structure ...
  3. What advantages do exchange-traded funds have over mutual funds?

    Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are growing ever more popular, as they were created to combine the best characteristics of both ...
  4. How do leveraged ETFs compound volatility? (SPXL)

    Learn about the mechanics behind positive and negative compounding in leveraged ETFs and discover why negative compounding ...
  1. 5 Tips For Diversifying Your Portfolio

    Follow these 5 easy steps to achieve a fully diversified portfolio you can be proud ...
  2. 5 Reasons To Avoid Index Funds

    Index funds are an easy way to gain access to the financial markets, but here are ...
  3. Top 10 Green Industries

    Put a little green in your wallet by investing in these growing areas.
  4. 10 Reasons To Add ETFs To Your Portfolio

    We provide 10 reasons why adding ETFs to your portfolio can trump securities-only ...
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