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While there has been rapid growth in U.S. ETFs over the last few years, there has been almost exponential growth of these products worldwide. more »
The top three players – Blackrock, State Street and Vanguard – currently dominate U.S. ETF market share, holding more than 80% of total assets as of mid-2014, a percentage that has remained relatively unchanged since 2012. more »
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Offering just one solution, even if you're an expert on that strategy, will limit your flexibility. more »
Most of the world’s economic growth will come from outside the U.S, yet most American investors are still under-diversified in international assets. more »
"Smart beta" ETFs are attracting funds from both active managers and passive indexes. more »
BlackRock, the biggest provider of exchange-traded funds, is ramping up its fight with Vanguard Group for U.S. retail investors by doubling the number of funds in its low-fee “core” series. more »
Financial advisor use and recommendation of ETFs is continuing to grow, outpacing all other investment vehicles surveyed by the FPA's Journal of Financial Planning and the FPA Research and Practice Institute. more »
BlackRock has spent three years crafting a new type of actively-managed exchange-traded fund that's stoked optimism in the U.S. for expansion of the $1.8 trillion industry. The world's biggest money manager is confident the product will work, except the market will be a dud. more »
BlackRock's Laurence D. Fink, who oversees the world's biggest exchange-traded fund lineup, said leveraged ETFs are a structural problem and have the potential to "blow up" the industry. more »
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