Things look to be getting interesting, as it appears that investors are beginning to rotate into some of the other beaten up global equity ETFs, at least on a near-term basis. Some absolute price improvements can be noted, but relative to the S&P 500, the downtrends that began in January 2013 look to be ending. [...]
Exchange Traded Funds. An ETF is traded on the stock exchange as a stock, but is in reality a collection of stocks, commodities, bonds, and a number of other asset types. Low costs and tax efficiency are amongst the reasons to invest in ETFs. This section alalyzes all ETF markets and relative value among asset classes of ETFs.