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Brad Zigler's stints as a contributing editor for the Corporate Communications Broadcast Network, the Journal of Indexes, and CRB Trader set the stage for his role as managing editor of Hard Assets Investor and later as alternative investments editor of Registered Rep. magazine, the most ... more

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Finding An International Bargain
Investors pay up for value and dividend tilts.
Don’t Buy The ETF, Buy The ETF Issuer
ETF assets make up a sliver of these asset managers’ overall business, but their own stock performance bears watching.
EC Where’s The Alpha?
A deep dive into ETFs with the highest alpha coefficients shows small has been huge for equity portfolios; for fixed income, it’s zero duration. But what about the future?
Factors To Consider
2019 has been a good year for high quality and low volatility. Will 2020?
EC Who’s Winning The Bond War?
Look beyond a levered fund’s gross return.
EC Finding A Sweet Spot On A Flat Yield Curve
Consider—and consider closely—intermediate-term bonds.
How Good Are Managed-Risk ETFs?
Volatility’s effect is corrosive. As most investors and advisors know from experience, falling off a market cliff is easier than regaining the lost ground.
‘Tis The Season For Oil Refiners
Refining margins likely to widen through winter.
Alpha Update: Passive Beats Active
Buying the low volatility anomaly on the cheap.
Should You Add Tech To A Client’s Portfolio?
Chasing the shiny sector may be tempting, but the numbers suggest there are better options to enhance a long-term portfolio.
Smaller Large-Caps In Play?
Two ETFs aim for real returns.
EC Yield Curve: Are We Okay Now?
The two-way trade resumes.
When Low-Vol Is Not
Strategy may require some time to pay off.
Getting In On Inflation’s Ground Floor
Two ETFs aim for real returns.
Yield Curve Games
Who wins?
DFA Vs. SPDR In Sector ETFs
Dimensional Fund Advisors’ factor-based portfolios were meant to compete with SPDR’s better known ETFs in sector investing. Which approach has come out on top?
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