TheStreet.com has expanded its ETF content and is pleased to announce that the ETF Weekly Bulletin will soon become the ETF Daily and will publish Monday through Friday.
If you want to receive the new daily newsletter -- it's still free -- and you already subscribe to the weekly, you needn't do anything; you will automatically receive it. If you want to opt out, you can follow the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email bulletin.
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TheStreet's ETF editorial coverage is led by
, the founder of Dion Money Management and author of
, available from TheStreet.com.
also has enhanced its ETF coverage in the past year, adding experts such as
An ETF or exchange-traded fund is an investment vehicle traded on stock exchanges, much like stocks. An ETF holds assets such as stocks or bonds and trades at approximately the same price as the net asset value of its underlying assets over the course of the trading day. Most ETFs track an index, such as the
or MSCI EAFE. ETFs may be attractive as investments because of their low costs, tax efficiency and stocklike features.
Other ETF content from TheStreet includes:
- Top Rated ETFs from TheStreet Ratings
- The ETF Center
- TheStreet Ratings ETF Screener, XTF ETF Research
- Specially formatted ETF quote page
- ETF articles and videos
TheStreet Ratings, an award-winning, independent research arm of TheStreet, analyzes nearly 1,000 publicly traded ETFs on a monthly basis.
This month, TheStreet launched an extensive ETF search and research offering in partnership with XTF.
- ETF Explorer. Allows the user to locate subsets of the ETF universe based on items like asset class, index composition and geography. It also allows users to drill down to see the top holdings of each ETF.
- New ETFs. ETFs are not rated for the first 12 months of their existence, so this is where users can find newly listed ETFs.
- ETF Insider. Provides an interface that allows you to see what ETFs currently hold individual stocks.
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.