ETF Edge February 2015

Published on by on February 3, 2015

Welcome to the February edition of ETF Edge! After a strong finish to 2014, U.S. equity indexes kicked off the New Year on very shaky footing. Back-and-forth trading has been the dominant force on Wall Street thanks to mixed earnings and data releases coupled with looming clouds of uncertainty surrounding the eurozone and energy prices. Amid the volatility, equity markets have been struggling to resume their uptrend with full force, although this may be just a case of profit taking pressures in light of corporate earnings season. 

Inside ETF Edge, we examine the most important drivers of domestic and foreign markets, identifying catalysts and signposts contributing to the trends at hand. We also recap valuation metrics across the equity universe and break down the best and worst performers to date this year; our databank of over 1,600 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 February 2015
    This edition examines the reasons behind the recent range-bound trading seen on Wall Street in an effort to uncover whether or not the underlying price drivers at hand have truly changed.
  • ETF Performance Database: Year-to-date performance and expense data for all 1,600+ U.S.-listed ETFs, organized by ETFdb Category. Click here to Download PDF or get the Excel Version.


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