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

New Commodities Fund Brings Sophistication

New Commodities Fund Brings Sophistication

The fund seeks low volatility and low correlation for a diversified portfolio.

Celtic Tiger Tries to Roar Again

Celtic Tiger Tries to Roar Again

The situation in Ireland is improving. Here's a way you can invest in that.

Diamonds, Art and Gold -- A Fund Investors Hook

Diamonds, Art and Gold -- A Fund Investors Hook

For now this 1% investing remains elusive

Global X Goes Global and Frontier in One Fund

Global X Goes Global and Frontier in One Fund

Global X offers emerging and frontier equity exposure that will compete with a similar fund from Emerging Global Advisors.

New ETF Offers Protection Against Rising Rates

New ETF Offers Protection Against Rising Rates

More of these funds are coming to market but have not yet been tested.

New ETF Offers Direct Access to China's A-Shares

New ETF Offers Direct Access to China's A-Shares

The new DB X-Trackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares Fund is noteworthy because competing funds offer only indirect exposure to Chinese A-shares.

Vident International's Unique Methods Build Broader Index Funds

Vident International's Unique Methods Build Broader Index Funds

Vident says building a proxy outside if the U.S. while employing risk weighting to build index is the way to go.

Tweet This: Twitter's IPO Is Speculative

Tweet This: Twitter's IPO Is Speculative

Tread carefully in the first few days. If you feel the need to invest, consider three ETFs likely to add Twitter very quickly.

Look Beyond BRICs for Emerging-Market Investing

Look Beyond BRICs for Emerging-Market Investing

A new fund targets smaller emerging countries and "frontier" markets

Protect Your Investments Against a Bubble, Know What Makes a Bubble

Protect Your Investments Against a Bubble, Know What Makes a Bubble

Don't guess the next bubble, try instead to de-concentrate your risk.