Posts filed under “ETFs”

A Brief History of Financial Engineering

Killer slice of history from Bloomberg Business:

 

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Source: Bloomberg Business

Category: Derivatives, Digital Media, ETFs, Gold & Precious Metals, Quantitative

John Bogle’s Investing Genius Needs An Update

Now before I commit blasphemy, a few words: I am as close to being a Boglehead as you will find, without actually being one. The bulk of my portfolio is in passive indexes. Most of the assets I manage are in a broad allocation model. This is a tribute to the wisdom and teachings of investing…Read More

Category: Apprenticed Investor, Asset Allocation, ETFs, Investing

What is an Online Financial Advisor?

I thought this infographic was inforamtive. We launched our own online advisor last year called Liftoff:   Source: Paladin Research & Registry

Category: Asset Allocation, Digital Media, ETFs, Investing, Technology

Why Gold & Oil Are Trading So Differently

Category: Commodities, Energy, ETFs, Gold & Precious Metals, Media, Technical Analysis, Trading, Video

Folklore of Finance

I really enjoyed this report by State Street, which discusses how often Folklore dominates financial decision-making. Well worth the free download:     click for full PDF of research report Source: State Street Source: State Street

Category: ETFs, Investing, Psychology

U.S.-listed ETP Flows

Source: Fidelity

Category: ETFs, Markets

John Bogle on the Rise of Index Funds

The founder of Vanguard explains why his invention is winning the battle for assets. Plus: The problem with ETFs, and why we need a transaction tax.

Category: ETFs, Index/ETFs, Investing, Video

Jack Bogle on Diversified Portfolios vs Speculation


9/9/2011 9:25AM

Buying and holding stocks and bonds for the long term and maintaining a diversified portfolio are still the smartest strategies for the average investor, says Vanguard founder Jack Bogle in answer to Mark Cuban and other critics of these traditional approaches. In the Big Interview with Journal columnist Jason Zweig, Bogle takes aim at the culture of market speculation. Betting on long odds, he says, “doesn’t pay off very often.”

Category: ETFs, Investing, Video

Biotech ETFs

Biotech ETFs May 1, 2014 David R. Kotok     We have been getting emails with questions regarding the biotech sector. The primary question is, “Is this a bubble?” Here is our view. First, we do not know that a bubble is a bubble until after the fact – after the bubble pops. What we…Read More

Category: ETFs, Investing, Think Tank

Key Trends in a Milestone Year for ETFs

Source: WSJ

Category: ETFs, Markets