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22nd January 2019

In 2018, Canada’s ETF market was still growing, but at a smaller rate than previous years. On the other hand, China is expected to be the ‘game changer’ in the ETF industry in the next five years. As a country’s ETF market grows, the US is the most commonly used benchmark to compare the acceleration of the market’s growth. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is one of the most iconic exchanges in the world, with the US being the[...]

Jack Bogle never liked ETFs. Here’s why

22nd January 2019

The late Jack Bogle is often taken as the founder of index investing. Many interpret this as meaning Bogle endorsed ETFs, the vast majority of which are index tracking. But […]

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Jack Bogle never liked ETFs. Here’s why

by , 22nd January 2019

The late Jack Bogle is often taken as the founder of index investing. Many interpret this as meaning Bogle endorsed ETFs, the[...]

The Aussie ETF providers that made it rich in 2018

by , 22nd January 2019

Australian ETF providers killed it in 2018, generating more revenue than ever before – in spite of the volatility that rocked global[...]

2018’s largest ETFs

by , 21st January 2019

Similar to how the richest one per cent owns half of the world’s wealth, leading asset managers dominate when it comes to[...]

Jack Bogle – the father of passive

by , 21st January 2019

The impact of Jack Bogle on the world of investment is, by any estimation, huge. Whichever side of the active versus passive[...]
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Does low cost mean good value?

21st January 2019

One of the best-known characteristics of ETFs are their low costs. But what exactly is low cost and does low cost mean good value? The cheapest ETFs in Europe at […]

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The Big Call with Meb Faber: Where will markets go in 2019?

20th December 2018

Ed Bowsher speaks to top US fund manager, Meb Faber, to find out where to invest your money in 2019. Ed also speaks to David Stevenson from ETF Stream and gets the lowdown from Colm Lauder on the outlook for commercial property.


Are Chinese sectors ready for sector investors?

26th November 2018

Sector investing has gained wide traction in developed markets, notably[...]


Did the FAANG stocks lead the US stock market drop?

16th October 2018

Most of the market fall last week was in the[...]


Spotlight on US equity: leave no stone unturned

14th October 2018

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GICS changes: risk depends on how it’s measured

14th October 2018

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Cigarettes, sunshine and happiness

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Guide to understanding ETFs: Creation and Redemption

Creation and redemption is how ETFs are made and destroyed. Understanding creation and redemption is crucial to understanding ETFs and crucial to understanding why ETFs are a superior financial technology […]

ETF myths

In this article we look at some widely believed myths about ETFs. Read on to find out why they’re either completely untrue or at least partly untrue. ETFs only track […]

Liquidity and ETFs

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Leveraged and Inverse ETFs

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