Todd Shriber is the Web editor at ETF Trends and started his career as a reporter with Bloomberg News. His work has been published on Web sites such as Benzinga, ETF Daily News, ETF Trends Investopedia, Minyanville, MarketWatch, Fox Business and Nasdaq.com.
Shriber has a degree in broadcast journalism from Texas Christian University.
Buybacks remain popular. So do buyback exchange-traded funds.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has been warning that the high-yield debt market is a bubble that could burst any time. ETFs could be an alternate way to invest.
Instead of being worried, investors can take advantage of the selloff with exchange traded funds that bet against the Chinese market, also known as bear funds.
Regional bank exchange traded funds are popular rising rates, but investors would do well to look before leaping.
Financial services exchange-traded funds are getting plenty of attention of rising interest rates, but investors might want to drill down on insurance funds, too.
Amazon and Facebook are surging, and investors are piling into these exchange-traded funds as a result.
Here are some funds that could pay off for investors who want exposure to Europe.
Consumer staples are often thought of as a slow-moving group, but the First Trust Consumer Staples ETF dispels that notion.
Japan is shedding its image as lagging dividend market, and two exchange-traded funds have recently been launched to help investors tap rising Japanese dividends.
China's stock bubble finally appears to be bursting this week, and now investors can take advantage of the market selloff with a new bearish ETF.
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