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ETFs may be a "disruptive innovation" but experts have concerns about the rapid growth of the ETF business.
With optimism about the growth of exchange-traded funds comes a less obvious question about whether the industry might be growing too fast.
The market's recent run has investors on the hunt for where to put their money. What are the big bets?
The ETF business is one of the few areas in the financial services business that is growing robustly.
Last year we listed eight ETFs we thought were plain weird, including two we lumped in because they seemed wrongheaded. This year we checked with Matt Hougan of Index Universe. Here is his list.
CNBC's Bob Pisani goes inside the largest ETF conference in the world with Indexuniverse's Matt Hougan to discuss the future of the ETF market and what it is about this booming business that keeps him up at night.
The ETF price wars continue to heat up. Charles Schwab just announced it is offering a broad, free ETF trading program that is another sign that the ETF price wars are continuing.
While small, the sole exchange-traded fund (ETF) focused on the initial public offering market continues to deliver impressive returns for investors.
Exchange-traded funds are the most important development for investors — and the fund industry — in decades.
More and more investors are turning from managed funds and using indexes to express their sentiment about where the financial markets are heading.
If there's a single investing vehicle that has come a long way, it's the exchange-traded fund.
CNBC's Bob Pisani talks with Jim Ross, State Street Global Advisors, about investors getting back into the stock market via Exchange Traded Funds.
Exchange-traded funds or ETFs are attracting assets because they're a low-cost way to gain access to stocks, bonds and commodities. But the ETF experience is not flawless, and if you're new to this you might be wondering, just what is an ETF?
Forget any nice talk about how mutual and exchange-traded funds can peacefully co-exist.
For many investors, the idea of who their manager is can be amorphous. For Ric Edelman, though, his job is simple: Just think of him as the guy who changes the oil in your car.
Reciting the benefits of exchange-traded funds has become so routine that it's gotten easy to forget the drawbacks.
As fears recede about a dreaded hard landing in China, investors have been pouring money back into emerging markets exchange traded funds in the past few months.