ETF Edge

The Official ETFdb Monthly Newsletter

ETF Edge is the only place you will find our best ETF picks and investment tips along with regular updates and analysis on all major asset classes. Our actionable recommendations are based on prevailing macroeconomic conditions and are suited for longer term traders with an investment horizon of 30 to 90 days. If you're looking to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the world of ETFs and catch a glimpse into the industry's future, ETF Edge has the information you need.

  • Download Latest Issue - ETF Edge September 2014
    This edition examines the reasons behind the recent rebound on Wall Street in an effort to identify any meaningful changes in the underlying price drivers at hand while also considering the environment overseas.

  • ETF Edge August 2014
    This edition examines the looming geopolitical tensions and whether they really pose a threat to the underlying fundamentals, as well as the rising threat of inflation and possibility of an earlier than expected rate hike at home.
  • ETF Edge July 2014
    This edition examines the upward momentum seen last month and attempts to identify what looming risks could resurface that investors are currently overlooking.
  • ETF Edge June 2014
    This edition examines the complacency seen last month and attempts to identify whether the underlying fundamentals have materially changed, or if the economy is still recovering from the harsh winter.
  • ETF Edge May 2014
    This edition examines the volatility seen last month and attempts to identify whether the underlying fundamentals have materially changed, or if this was merely a case of sector rotation.
  • ETF Edge April 2014
    This edition examines how the Fed's change in forward guidance has influenced investors expectations regarding future growth as well as the inevitable interest rate hike.
  • ETF Edge March 2014
    This edition examines the rebound seen last month and attempts to identify bearish developments that could derail the bull train off course next month ahead of the Fed's policy statement.
  • ETF Edge February 2014
    This edition examines the sell-off seen late last month and attempts to identify when bullish momentum might return based on an analysis of previous policy-induced corrections.
  • ETF Edge January 2014
    This last edition of the year examines how pricing multiples for U.S. economic sectors have changed following the announcement of the Fed taper. We also take a closer look at fundamental drivers for major asset classes in addition to providing a downloadable comprehensive data bank of performance and expense data for all U.S.-listed ETPs.

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