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Should an exchange traded fund (ETF) be created to beat the benchmark index or outperform it? Municipal bond ETF providers are butting heads over the polemical issue of whether ETFs should offer an investor pure exposure or provide investment know how. As it stands, the majority of providers such as BlackRock , State Street Global Advisors , Van Eck Global and Invesco Powershares believe passive is the way to go. Those landing on the active side of things include providers such as PIMCO , Grail Advisors and most recently Eaton Vance , writes Dan Seymour for The Bond Buyer . [ Why Bond ETFs Still Have Appeal. ] By the end of ...
(ETFs) are designed to track indexes. ETFs are available in hundreds of varieties, tracking nearly every index you can imagine; they offer all of the benefits associated with index mutual funds, including low turnover , low cost and broad diversification, plus their expense ratios are significantly lower. While passive investing is a popular strategy among ETF investors, it isn't the only strategy. Here we explore ETF investment strategies to provide additional insight into how investors are using these innovative instruments. Passive Investing ETFs were originally constructed to ... Read More
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