NYCC: Hundred-Year-Old Blue Chips? Not as Good as It Sounds

PowerShares' new NYCC ETF is an interesting take on investing. Unfortunately, the fund falls flat on some metrics. Read More

How Big Are Emerging Markets?

When investing in emerging markets, you need to keep perspective. Most are still very small and illiquid, which is a source of both risk and opportunity. Read More

Gold Miners Are Beating the S&P 500

Gold, and anything attached to gold, fell enough that virtually any bounce would make a big noise, and that means profit for ETF investors in gold plays Read More

Why “TINA” is the Wrong Strategy

Should you be buying stocks because interest rates sit near all time lows? A stampede promoting the “There Is No Alternative” (TINA) theory have it wrong! Read More

Investing When Exchange-Traded Investments Recover

The prospect of buying low may sound great, yet a beaten-up asset can always get beaten lower. Know the signs of when to get back into beaten-down ETFs Read More

The January Effect: A Slam Dunk Seasonal Trend

The stock market's January effect, in which small caps beat large caps, is something to count on, as are its profit opportunities. Here's an example..... Read More

Emerging Markets: Value Opportunity or Trap?

Stocks in emerging markets are trading at a deep discount to the rest of the world, but this doesn't mean it's time to buy just yet. Read More

Young Investors: Go Global for Cheap!

Most U.S. investors might not realize it, but they're overwhelmingly overweight in American companies. Here's why you shouldn't ignore international stocks. Read More

3 ETF Trends That Might Shock The “Risk-On” Mindset

Stocks are not the only asset in demand, and investors looking for further proof need to see these 3 ETF charts for strategic opportunities Read More

The 5 Best ETFs for Bargain Hunters

High expense ratios can eat away your portfolio's performance, which is why we set out to find the five best ETFs that offer broad exposure on the cheap. Read More

Income Investing Strategies for 2014: Bond ETFs

Most investors see rising interest rates as the biggest risk to bonds and bond ETFs in 2014, but investors can combat rising rates in several ways. Read More

Will Gold’s Latest Rally Stick?

Sentiment extremes should be on the radar screen of all investors because they can point to buying opportunities and sharp reversals ahead, like this gold trade Read More

Should You Load Up on Bond ETFs Now?

10-year Treasury yields are back up to the 3% mark, but is now too soon for a significant portfolio shift into bond ETFs like the TLT and IEF? Read More

3 Attractive Low P/E ETFs For Investors to Consider Today

Many of the same biases towards U.S. ETFs are in place, despite the availability of underappreciated foreign stock ETFs available, including these...Read More. Read More

Will Shadow Banking Take Down China?

China's shadow banking is a blessing and a curse; a blessing because it's created a steroids-like impact on China. But will the curse cause an unhappy ending? Read More

4 Weird Bond ETF Picks for Yield Amid Rising Interest Rates

Bond investors shouldn't worry about rising interest rates if they look beyond traditional ETFs for their exposure. Here are four solid bond ETF picks. Read More

The Key to Portfolio Management: Hedging Your Investments

Portfolio management tools can mitigate risk when the market is looking overheated. Read More

Did the January Effect Arrive Early?

Experts debate the reality and merits of the January Effect, but the market is a creature of habit...take advantage by overweighting small vs large cap ETFs Read More

4 Stock ETFs for 2014′s Battle Against Global Deflation

We're heading into 2014 in a huge market rally, yet we may be battling global deflation. Here are 4 ETFs I like for 2014 to allay those deflation fears Read More

How Diversified ETF Portfolios Can Make You Feel Like A Loser

2013's diversified ETF portfolio results were disappointing, but it's still the right way to view your ETF portfolio for the long term. Find out why right here Read More