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Infographic: The Robo-Advisor Arms Race

By Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist CAN UPSTART ROBO-ADVISORS COMPETE AGAINST SCALE? It was going to happen sooner or later. When they launched roughly five years ago, tech-driven companies such as Betterment or Wealthfront had the audacious and laudable goal of taking on the incumbents of the gargantuan wealth management industry. Many traditional wealth managers were skeptical of … Continue reading

ETF Due Diligence: Critical Questions And Key Considerations To Make Your Investment Choice Accurate

By ETFalpha As a boutique ETF research house we know how important it’s to conduct a proper due diligence process before choosing an ETF as your investment or a building block of a wider investment strategy. Exchange Traded Funds, also known as passive investments, may sound as more simple investment options than hedge funds or … Continue reading

The New Gold Bull Market — Is This The Breaking Point In Paper Gold?

By Clint Siegner, Money Metals Exchange Gold officially entered a bull market in last week’s trading with prices gaining more than 20% from their December lows. The silver price also put on some very nice gains, but the price needs to reach about $16.40 before watchers can make the same claim. If the white metal … Continue reading

The Top Reason Oil Has Been Going Up Recently – And Why It’s Only Temporary

Equity markets are going through a period of “short-covering,” BlackRock senior director Ewen Cameron Watt told CNBC on Tuesday. According to him: There was always going to be a bit of a rebound in these sectors [oil and iron ore] because they have been so heavily sold down, (…) The supply side of oil is … Continue reading

Time To Buy EM? BlackRock, Templeton, Goldman, And PIMCO Say Yes

Is now the right time to buy emerging market (EM) assets? A growing number of the world’s largest money managers are saying yes, such as BlackRock, Franklin Templeton, Goldman Sachs, and an adviser to PIMCO. Against a backdrop of an oil price crisis which has been battering economies, markets, and companies; alongside worries over a slowdown in global growth led … Continue reading

iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (TUR): Analyst Report

The iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (TUR) provides equity exposure to Turkey which is the largest economy in emerging Europe. This exchange traded fund (ETF) offers risky single country emerging market equity exposure and should be deployed as tactical tool within a diversified portfolio. As an example the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM) allocates less than 2% towards the country. Therefore, before considering an investment, … Continue reading

Brazil Must Do More To Maintain Its Investment-Grade Rating If It Wants To Attract Foreign Capital, BlackRock Says

“The world’s biggest money manager said Brazil must do all that it takes to maintain its investment-grade credit rating if it wants to remain an attractive destination for foreign capital,” Bloomberg reports. Although BlackRock claims it wants to promote Brazil, most of its clients refuse to allocate towards this destination as the country remains at … Continue reading

Generic Comparison Analysis of Three Mainstream Russian ETF’s (Iconographic)

Russia is one of the cheapest equity markets in the world at the moment and offers great investment opportunities for emerging market lovers. However, the latest sanctions which relate to Russia’s invasion on Ukraine forced investors to take money out of that market. Before political things get sorted and the tensions ease, it could be a good moment to take a … Continue reading

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