Posted on Thu 15 January 2015

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ETFs Made Easy: Why Are ETFs Cheap? | ETF.com

Large Cap ETF (SCHX | A-95) currently carry, god-as-my-witness, expense ratios of just 4 basis points. In fact, the broad market fund is 5 basis points cheaper than Schwabs own Total Stock Market Index Fund (SWTSX). Of course, not all ETFs are so stingy. Some 152 ETFs have all-in expenses of more than 1 percent, usually for accessing highly specialized investment strategies like commodities, MLPs, business development companies or using leverage. http://www.etf.com/sections/blog/etfs-made-easy-why-are-etfs-cheap

Trends Set to Dominate the ETF Market Landscape in 2015 | ETFs content from WealthManagement.com

Suddenly there is a race to launch more thematic strategies or smart beta products and the providers are lesser known or completely new to the industry. This will continue in 2015. The emergence and growth of the white label ETF platforms that create turn-key operational support for these start-up ETF managers and innovative new product structures like Eaton Vances Exchange Traded Managed Fund (ETMF) will also be themes that will dominate the ETF landscape in 2015. All of which will provide asset managers with additional avenues to enter the ETF community and investors with more choices in using ETFs. Lets take a quick look at each of these trends. The use of smart beta/strategic beta, alternatives and other thematic-type products will continue. All three providers Goldman Sachs, Janus and NY Life will be new ETF entrants and the field that was once thought to be saturated is now expanding. This includes index providers as well. Nasdaq just announced an acquisition of Dorsey Wright, an index provider known for smart beta indexing. Adena Friedman , President of Nasdaq, said in the press release. In our http://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_27297064/millennials-use-tech-tools-jump-into-investing opinion, the next phase in index investment will be from straight passive management to smart beta. http://wealthmanagement.com/etfs/trends-set-dominate-etf-market-landscape-2015

Comparing Corn, Gold ETFs Could Yield Bushels of Results - Yahoo Finance

The gold/wheat ratio was 63% above its 38 year mean value, the gold/soybean ratio was 70% above, and the gold/sugar ratio was nearly 76 ...

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ETFs Made Easy: Why Are ETFs Cheap? | ETF.com

Large Cap ETF (SCHX | A-95) currently carry, god-as-my-witness, expense ratios of just 4 basis points. In fact, the broad market fund is 5 basis points cheaper than Schwabs own Total Stock Market Index Fund (SWTSX). Of course, not all ETFs are so stingy. Some 152 ETFs have all-in expenses of more than 1 percent, usually for accessing highly specialized investment strategies like commodities, MLPs, business development companies or using leverage. http://www.etf.com/sections/blog/etfs-made-easy-why-are-etfs-cheap

Trends Set to Dominate the ETF Market Landscape in 2015 | ETFs content from WealthManagement.com

Suddenly there is a race to launch more thematic strategies or smart beta products and the providers are lesser known or completely new to the industry. This will continue in 2015. The emergence and growth of the white label ETF platforms that create turn-key operational support for these start-up ETF managers and innovative new product structures like Eaton Vances Exchange Traded Managed Fund (ETMF) will also be themes that will dominate the ETF landscape in 2015. All of which will provide asset managers with additional avenues to enter the ETF community and investors with more choices in using ETFs. Lets take a quick look at each of these trends. The use of smart beta/strategic beta, alternatives and other thematic-type products will continue. All three providers Goldman Sachs, Janus and NY Life will be new ETF entrants and the field that was once thought to be saturated is now expanding. This includes index providers as well. Nasdaq just announced an acquisition of Dorsey Wright, an index provider known for smart beta indexing. Adena Friedman , President of Nasdaq, said in the press release. In our http://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_27297064/millennials-use-tech-tools-jump-into-investing opinion, the next phase in index investment will be from straight passive management to smart beta. http://wealthmanagement.com/etfs/trends-set-dominate-etf-market-landscape-2015

Comparing Corn, Gold ETFs Could Yield Bushels of Results - Yahoo Finance

The gold/wheat ratio was 63% above its 38 year mean value, the gold/soybean ratio was 70% above, and the gold/sugar ratio was nearly 76% above its historical 38 year mean average value. The gold/corn ratio currently resides at 298, meaning it takes 298 bushels of corn to buy one ounce of gold. That is off the high of 377 seen at the end of third quarter of 2014, but still well above the mean of 165 from 1976 through the end of last year. [A Look at the Gold/Corn Ratio] Historical data for the gold/corn ratio suggests that a mean reversion4 from December 31, 2014 levels of 298 bushels to the 38 year mean value of approximately 165 bushels of corn for each ounce of gold (bu/oz), could benefit an investor rebalancing gold for corn within their portfolio, according to Teucrium. Currently, the corn market is strengthening on greater demand. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, private exporters revealed that 6.56 million bushels of 2014/2015 corn was sold to an unknown destination, Farm Futures reports. Investors added nearly $71 million to CORN last year while pulling over $3.2 billion from GLD. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/comparing-corn-gold-etfs-could-123033350.html

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