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The ETF giant and the mutual fund giant collaboration on equity ETFs likely to lead to many other pairings.
The equity fund manager teams with TCW for a new suite of bond ETFs.
These ETFs replicate hedge fund investments and have done well this year. But they require a leap of faith.
But that dividend growth strategy may not lend itself to growing an ETF's dividends.
When rates rise, owning the wrong bond fund could crush investors' portfolios.
Gold has tanked for more than a year. Now could be the time to buy this unloved asset.
It is a valid strategy, but investors need to be informed of its pros and cons.
But investors can use ETFs to create a well diversified portfolio that is simple to manage.
Concentrating equity exposure in more volatile funds means exposing less of your portfolio to the equity market.
There's a growing sense that utilities face major challenges. But other investments, such as toll roads and airports, make compelling substitutes.