ETFs continue their steady growth and are predicted to have over $50 trillion in assets over the next decade.
ETFs have continued to grow since their arrival in the early 1990s. They’ve hit a record high of $4.15 trillion AUM.
As You Sow, an online tool created to as a “report card” for funds, expands the issues it ranks.
Many investors choose bond funds for their portfolios or retirement plans because they’re considered “safe.”
Schwab turns the investment industry topsy-turvy with the introduction of fractional investing in ETFs.
Despite predictions that the mutual fund industry would crumble, it continues to plod along steadily.
Bloomberg announced the launch of the new equity benchmark which includes large-cap, growth, value and dividend indices.