Kevin Grewal

Kevin Grewal is the founder, editor and publisher of ETF Tutor and serves as the editor at , where he focuses on mitigating risk and implementing exit strategies to preserve equity. Additionally, he is the editor at The ETF Institute, which is the only independent organization providing financial professionals with certification, education, and training pertaining to exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Prior to this, Grewal was a quantitative analyst at a small hedge fund where he constructed portfolios dealing with stock lending, exchange-traded funds, arbitrage mechanisms and alternative investments. He is an expert at dealing with ETFs and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of California along with a MBA from the California State University, Fullerton.

Recent Articles By The Author

Obama's Energy Initiative: ETF Impact

Here are some ETFs that could be influenced by the president's new energy policy.

5 Copper ETFs Poised for Growth in 2011

Broader supply worries are expected to be the true driver behind copper's expected shine this year. Here's how to play it.

Two Latin American ETFs For 2011

iShares S&P Latin America 40 Index Fund and SPDR S&P Emerging Latin America ETF are two ways to benefit from expected strong growth in Latin America in the coming year.

ETFs to Play Biotech M&A

Biotech exchange-traded funds such as the SPDR S&P Biotech ETF and the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF have been affected by recent merger activity.

Be Wary of ETFs Lifted by Japan's GDP Revision

Japan has been exceeding growth expectations, but investors should be aware of where that growth came from.