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DoubleLine Capital's Jeff Gundlach notes that the S&P 500 has never had seven consecutive up years.
Despite deflationary conditions, World Gold Trust Services CEO William Rhind discuses recent inflows into the GLD.
The Federal Reserve has little justification to raise interest rates amid a deflationary global backdrop, bond expert Jeff Gundlach said.
From smart beta ETFs to letting machines manage portfolios, investors are looking for new ways to make money.
Doubleline Capital's Jeffrey Gundlach says the world is facing a deflationary situation. He also discusses what gold is telling us about the negative yield environment.
Investors interested in bitcoin shouldn't be troubled by its price decline, according to two high-profile advocates.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss join CNBC's Bob Pisani to discuss their new bitcoin exchange. The pair also has plans for a bitcoin ETF.
Discussing the smart-beta strategy, with Dan Draper, Invesco PowerShares, and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
What are the hot exchange trade fund investments for 2015? Here's what's got investment advisers talking at the annual Inside ETFs conference in Florida.
Jan van Eck of Van Eck Global, outlines concerns for playing commodities in the ETF space, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports from the ETF Conference in Hollywood, Florida on growing competition in the ETF space where four major players have 90% of the market., and mutual fund managers and hedge funds are beginning to take notice.
These ETFs are supposed to hedge against rising rates. But many, like PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity ETF, have a zero or negative return.
Asset managers responding to a PricewaterhouseCoopers analysis of the industry believe that lofty mark will be attained as soon as 2020.
Big changes are coming in 2015 for the industry that's growing exponentially. Expect mutual funds and hedge funds to jump into the fray.
ETF companies have been associated with flash crashes, Wall Street bankruptcies and reckless market bets. What could possibly go wrong next?
No-commission fee-trading programs have made it easier for individual investors to trade ETFs, but there are lingering misconceptions.
ETFs are marketing on their low fees, but that should rarely if ever be a deciding factor in buying one.
Investors don't have to ditch bonds to survive the taper but just need to pick the right bond ETFs.
Leveraged and inverse ETFs were once poster children for ETF risks, but the market has learned to embrace these ETF bad boys--with limits.
U.S. REITS have been big winners, but it may be global REITs that offer investors better prospects than tapped-out domestic REIT plays.