Roger Nusbaum

Roger Nusbaum is the portfolio manager of the AdvisorShares Global Alpha & Beta ETF, the chief investment officer with Your Source Financial in Phoenix and the author of Random Roger's Big Picture Blog.

Recent Articles By The Author

Do Buybacks Lead to Better Returns?

Do Buybacks Lead to Better Returns?

One fund specializing in stock buybacks has beaten the market. Nonetheless, the jury is still out.

Ukraine's Lesson for Investors: Know What's in Your ETFs

Ukraine's Lesson for Investors: Know What's in Your ETFs

Many ETFs have overly large exposures that can create headaches for their holders.

Are Currency ETFs Zero-Sum Speculation or a Hedge Against Risk?

Are Currency ETFs Zero-Sum Speculation or a Hedge Against Risk?

Revisiting a once-popular investment vehicle.

Gold's Rebound in 2014 May Still Have Legs

Gold's Rebound in 2014 May Still Have Legs

After years of disappointment, miners may now be rotating back into favor.

It's Time to Reconsider Natural Resources Stocks, and GUNR

It's Time to Reconsider Natural Resources Stocks, and GUNR

When the natural resources sector rallies again, the FlexShares Morningstar Global Upstream Natural Resources Index Fund will be a good place to have your money.

The Biggest ETF You've Never Heard Of

The Biggest ETF You've Never Heard Of

Morningstar has created an ETF you should probably know about. Here's why.

Now Might Be the Time to Invest in Colombia

Now Might Be the Time to Invest in Colombia

With panic about emerging markets, solid fundamentals and lousy sentiment could make investing in one ETF of Colombian companies attractive right now.

Why You Should Consider Investing in Merger Arbitrage Funds

Why You Should Consider Investing in Merger Arbitrage Funds

Merger arbitrage mutual funds and exchange-traded funds can help you reduce your portfolio's volatility. They can also serve as a substitute for bond funds when interest rates rise.

ETFs in the BRICs May No Longer Do the Trick

ETFs in the BRICs May No Longer Do the Trick

With emerging markets taking a beating, investing in developing markets now requires more selectivity.

New ETFs Tap $15B Two-Year Floating-Rate Notes

New ETFs Tap $15B Two-Year Floating-Rate Notes

WisdomTree Bloomberg and iShares funds offer access to the two-year floaters.