ETF Edge: February 2010

Published on by on February 1, 2010

Welcome to the February issue of ETF Edge! Heading into 2010, matching the tremendous growth of 2009 seemed to be a daunting challenge for the ETF industry. But January has already been eventful, and intelligence gathered at the Inside ETFs conference in Florida suggests that coming months will see continued innovation, dozens of new ETFs, and perhaps even some consolidation in the industry.

From an investing perspective, the environment has become very challenging very quickly. After flying out of the gates in the first sessions of 2010, many ETFs dipped into the red in recent weeks. It’s too early for those predicting a double dip to break out the “I told you so,” but hopes for a continued strong recovery have clearly been dashed. Here’s a look at what’s inside this month’s edition:

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