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Investing in Funds & ETFs

4 Different Ways to Think About Investment Risk
U.S.-Stock Funds Rose 13.5% in April
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Monthly Monitor: At most other times, investors would be giddy. In this case, the market’s April rally was merely a time to exhale.

Mistakes to Avoid When Refinancing Student Loans

Refinancing college debt could be an answer for some parents. But before deciding, it is helpful to understand the options.

Sustainable ETF Tries an Active Approach
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Spotlight: ECOZ’s active approach differentiates it from many other ESG-focused exchange-traded funds that have recently come to the market.

Oil ETF Is Down 83% So Far This Year
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Spotlight: The $3.2 billion U.S. Oil ETF was pummeled by falling oil prices.

The Fed Can’t Do It All, Says Alan Blinder

The former Federal Reserve vice chairman says he approves of how the Fed is responding to the economic and financial havoc wrought by the coronavirus.

What Is ‘Priced In’?
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

In Translation: Investors’ shifting expectations are a driving force in the financial markets.

SPY ETF Sees Spike in Volatility
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Spotlight: SPDR S&P 500 ETF gained the highest inflows for the ETF industry at $11 billion for the month of March.

How Readers Say They Reacted to the Market Selloff

Ask Encore: Retirement columnist Glenn Ruffenach asked people to tell us their stories. Most of them remain optimistic, despite the coronavirus-racked markets.

What the Short Sellers Are Telling Us
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

A recent study finds that short sellers collectively are far more often right than wrong, and that could be good news for investors this year.

Sustainable Funds Fell Less During the Selloff

It is only a short period, but ESG funds held up a bit better than the overall market during the coronavirus-fueled stock drop.

U.S.-Stock Funds’ First-Quarter Damage: -24.6%

Quarterly Monitor: As stocks and bonds both dropped in the quarter, investors’ money flowed into cash. A bright spot: Stocks are up double-digits from their lows.

A 3x ETF Shows the Perils of Leverage
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Spotlight: Direxion says the ETF wasn’t designed as a vehicle for long-term investing, but rather for traders taking advantage of short-term market moves.

Some ETFs to Turn to in Any Panic
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Utilities, health care and consumer staples are seen holding up better than other sectors.

The Mental Mistakes That Active Investors Make

Why is it that amateur investors still believe they can beat the market when all the evidence suggests they can’t? It has to do with how our minds work.

How to Tap a Retirement Account in a Crisis
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

The Cares Act makes it easier to access your retirement savings if you’re struggling due to Covid-19. Here’s how to do it smartly.

A ‘Risk’ ETF Hit at the Right Time
Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Spotlight: RPAR Risk Parity features a mix of diverse asset classes that go up and down at different times. So far, it seems to be working.

Bancroft Fund Knows Another 50.4% Gain Is Unlikely

Spotlight: The closed-end bond fund BCV capitalized on falling rates and judicious use of leverage, one of its portfolio managers says.

20 Years Later: Lessons From the Dot-Com Bust

Two decades ago, the Nasdaq Composite hit a then-record above 5000, the internet-stock peak. Are investors any smarter now?