Posted by Jason Smith at 3:17PM on September 22nd
Professional money managers often put their capital to work in variety of asset classes, ranging from equity and real estate to corporate debt and commodities. Thanks to the proliferation of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), retail investors can now do the same,…
Posted by Owen Vater at 2:06PM on August 6th
Given the recent equity rally, bond ETFs haven’t been the best performers, but as investors take profits, there are few better places to stash your cash in a pullback. Some investors have worried that these exchange-traded fixed-income plays could take…
Posted by Jason Smith at 11:16AM on February 4th
Stocks erased their February gains on Thursday as employment worries sent the market into a tailspin.
At the end of 2009, we covered some ways to hedge against downside risk using exchange traded funds (ETFs). After a -3.7% January decline for…
Posted by Owen Vater at 12:14PM on December 30th
Don’t let the market’s recent run erase what you learned during 2008.
Hedging bets in the market is important to limiting downside risk – something many investors learned the hard way in 2008. However, well-protected portfolios likely haven’t fared as well…
Posted by Owen Vater at 12:18PM on October 27th
Dividend investors generally look long-term, but when looking for new positions, a proper entry point could mean big things down the road.
The Fed has been very vague about its plans to lift interest rates from historic lows, and while Bernanke…
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