The June edition of ETF Edge, the ETF newsletter available to ETFdb Pro members, is now available on ETFdb.com. This month’s edition includes a review of one of the busiest months in the history of the ETF industry, as well as actionable investment ideas and an updated table of ETF performance through May. Inside the June edition:
- Coming & Going: This section highlights each of the 39 new ETFs that debuted during the month of May, discussing the investment thesis behind each and potential suitability to various types of investors. With many first-to-market products among the latest ETF additions, there are now more asset classes and investment strategies accessible through the exchange-traded wrapper than ever before.
- Actionable ETF Investment Ideas: This month’s actionable ideas cover the complete spectrum of asset classes, including a resurgent currency fund, a long/short play designed to exploit return differentials in the euro zone, and a pair of ETNs for those looking to capture a juicy dividend yield.
- ETF Performance Databank: Updated through May, this section includes a complete database of year-to-date performance for all U.S.-listed ETPs, along with expense information for each. The database is available for download in both XLS and PDF formats.
Also included in every edition are our all-ETF portfolios, ETF scorecard highlighting discrepancies between weighting methodologies and style tilts, and complete list of all ETF milestones–funds that hit their three-year or five-year anniversary in the last month.
ETFdb Pro members can read the June issue here; sign up for a free seven-day trial of Pro to access ETF Edge, as well as our 18 ETFdb Portfolios, enhanced ETF screener capabilities, and weekly investment ideas from ETF Insider.
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