ETF Edge April 2014

Published on by on April 3, 2014 | Updated April 4, 2014

Welcome to the April edition of ETF Edge! Following a steep rebound last month, domestic equity markets managed to trade sideways for most of March as looming uncertainties and a change in the Fed’s forward guidance kept a lid on investors’ confidence. Overseas, easing tensions between Russia and Ukraine opened up the doors for some brave bargain buyers, while the European Central Bank resisted pressures to announce new stimulus measures.

Inside ETF Edge, we examine the most important drivers of domestic as well as foreign markets, identifying catalysts and signposts contributing to the trends at hand. We also recap valuation metrics across the equity universe and also break down the best and worst performers to date this year; our databank of over 1,400 exchange-traded products provides a flexible resource for investors and advisors to analyze the performance and products available in every ETFdb Category. Here’s a look at what’s inside this month’s ETF Edge:

  • Download PDF – ETF Edge April 2014
    This edition examines the rebound seen last month and attempts to identify when bullish momentum might start to fade again based on an analysis of upcoming headwinds.
  • ETF Performance Database: Year-to-date performance and expense data for all 1,400+ U.S.-listed ETFs, organized by ETFdb Category. Click here to Download PDF or get the Excel Version.

 

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