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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.
The effort is under way to bring the best of mutual fund star managers to the ETF world, but it's not clear what it all means just yet.
High-dividend ETFs could be a way to go in turbulent markets, but investors need to watch out for pitfalls.
Emerging markets ETFs have grown based on diversification theory. But what if diversification doesn’t work? It hasn't in emerging markets.
$18 billion ETF fund of funds manager Windhaven Investments reveals its plan for beating the market.
Discussing problems in emerging markets lately, and where to invest, with Kim Arthur, Main Management CEO; Mike Vogelzang, Boston Advisors president and CIO; and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
The fund industry is criticized for its 7,500 funds—some say marketing takes precedence over investing. Are ETFs catching up when it comes to bloat?
With 1,500 ETFs on the market today, not everything is rosy. Here are the opportunities and risks lurking in ETFs this year.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains what an ETF actually does and why you should consider owning one.
Near $2 billion in assets and with more than 1,500 financial advisors now using them, ETFs are ready to leave traditional mutual funds in the dust.
CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks to Stephen Cucchiaro, CIO of Windhaven Investment Management, about the firm's bond and stock holdings, and what markets keep him up at night.
As ETFs proliferate, there are a few things investor should know. Here is our list.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the lag in emerging market ETFs, and U.S. big caps versus small caps.
CNBC's Bob Pisani catches up with the commodity ETF experts at the 6th annual Inside ETF Conference. Will Rhind, managing director at ETF Securities discusses his outlook for inflation and the bright future for precious metals in 2013.