ETFs to invest in: 5 top tips for better ETF investing

ETFs to invest in: 5 top tips for better ETF investing

If you’re looking for ETFs to invest in for the best portfolio returns, then start your search with these five tips.

Here are five tips to use when considering ETFs to invest in.

1. The best ETFs to invest in practice “passive management”

Traditional ETFs are “passive”… Read More

Why investors should be wary of many new ETFs

Why investors should be wary of many new ETFs

While new investment products can be enticing, a lot of new ETFs mean higher prices and more risk.

The best ETFs represent a low-cost, tax-efficient way for investors to make money in the long term.

However, as often happens after the successful launch of any new investment… Read More

The best ETF to buy have these key characteristics

The best ETF to buy have these key characteristics

5 ways to know you’re picking the best ETF to buy
One way to profit from rising markets is to buy exchange traded funds (ETFs) that track major stock indexes. ETFs trade on stock exchanges, just like stocks. Prices are quoted in newspaper stock tables and… Read More

Buying ETFs: Investing in a popular and low-fee innovation

Buying ETFs: Investing in a popular and low-fee innovation

Did you know that buying ETFs with a passive investing strategy can lead to much lower expense ratios?
Traditional ETFs follow the lead of the index sponsor. This passive style keeps turnover very low, and that in turn keeps trading costs for your ETF investment down.
We… Read More

When to buy an ETF for maximum return

When to buy an ETF for maximum return

To determine when to buy an ETF, some investors use technical analysis and other tools. But you need to dig deeper.

Investors often wonder: what is a good entry point when purchasing a stock or an ETF?

The first question before asking when to buy… Read More

International ETFs offer rewards—but risk to match

International ETFs offer rewards—but risk to match

Successful investing in international ETFs has a lot to do with understanding the economies of the countries you invest in.

We think conservative investors could hold up to 10% of their portfolios in foreign stocks (outside of the U.S.). One way to do that… Read More

5 ways asset allocation funds can cost you money

Asset allocation funds aim to improve returns and/or reduce risk by switching back and forth among stocks, bonds and cash. We think they are likely to hurt your portfolio returns rather than enhance them.

Asset allocation funds are mutual funds whose managers believe they can… Read More