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Global X added another product to a growing lineup of ETFs focusing on dividend-paying equities on Thursday, rolling out its SuperDividend ETF (SDIV). The new fund, the 35th from the New York-based issuer, will seek to replicate the Solactive Global SuperDividend Index. That benchmark is equal-weighted, and includes 100 high-yielding equities from nearly two dozen emerging and developing economies. [click to continue…]

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Free ETF Trading: Comparing All The Options

by on October 22, 2010 | Updated July 9, 2014

As the ETF world continues to grow, the competitive landscape continues to evolve. A growing number of firms have attempted to differentiate themselves by offering unique exposure to asset classes and strategies not previously available–such as funds tracking the Philippine stock market or ETNs linked to the price of industrial metals such as zinc or tin. More recently, the ETF industry has witnessed escalating price wars, with multiple issuers lowering management fees in an attempt to lure cost-conscious investors. These price wars have sent expense ratios to as low as six basis points, much to the delight of investors accustomed to forking over upwards of 1.5% annually to active mutual funds. But many ETF issuers have recognized that the total cost of ETF investing goes beyond just expense ratios, and have aggressively marketed programs designed to save investors money when executing ETF trades [see The Total Cost Of ETF Investing].  [click to continue…]

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