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If you are a believer in patterns based on past performance, then diversified sector ETFs are a good way to get exposure. It could be a beneficiary of increased steel demand from U.S. companies.feedback
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Apr 18 2017
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Many of the stocks in it are attractively valued. And they're also relatively low risk.feedback

There are better places to invest.feedback

The fee war is endless and won't end anytime soon, but it will continue to drive money into index strategies and this Schwab move is significant. Making it that much easier and cheaper to buy index products means more [people] will buy them for asset allocation strategies, and Schwab as a distribution platform with deep pockets will be a driver.feedback

It's healthy to not see flows dominated by one area of the market. You still want income from corporate bonds and international exposure. If emerging markets are stronger than expected, you want to get some counterbalance to the U.S.. The U.S. is not the place to put all your money. When you score a lot of runs even though your cleanup hitter strikes out four times, it's a good thing. Three heavyweights among the biggest outflows and ETFs still doing well.feedback

Guggenheim has a broad suite of active bond mutual funds that have consistently outperformed their peers. With the Fed likely raising rates further in 2017, CFRA expects floating rate and unconstrained funds like those from Guggenheim to remain in the spotlight.feedback

Understanding what's inside a fund can help sort through various options.feedback

Don't just go with the cheaper fund. It's worth paying a little more for an ETF if the fund's holdings are attractively valued or align more closely with your goals.feedback

The return to net inflows of municipal bond funds is highly encouraging as the investment category is primarily used by retail investors.feedback

The relatively safety provided by both taxable and municipal bond funds is appealing to investors amid market uncertainty heading into the presidential transition.feedback

The relatively strong stability and income investment-grade corporate bonds provide are particularly appealing amid the uncertainty that has materialized to start the year.feedback

I would be extremely surprised if any companies that announced changes to their products and services would reverse course because of the delay or repeal of the fiduciary rule.feedback

Investors are also embracing the lower-cost ETF alternatives, regardless of the asset class. With lower expected returns for bonds in 2017, costs will matter more.feedback

Investors have been embracing riskier assets and moving away from safer municipal bonds and Treasuries, as the economy strengthens, rates move higher and confidence in a stronger 2017. The U.S. stock market has climbed higher on lofty expectations of a new presidency, but we think greater caution is warranted.feedback

With the style and sector ETF market increasingly concentrated, ETF providers have launched narrower strategies that can complement the more established sector products. Socially responsible mutual funds have been popular for years, but ETF providers are hoping a younger generation of investors will want lower-cost index-based alternatives.feedback

When sentiment is too bullish, securities can be priced to perfection and ripe for a sell-off.feedback

We don't think investors should use strong ETF demand to confirm their belief that the market will climb higher in the near term.feedback

With a projected Fed hike today and more to come in 2017, investors have rotated to equities.feedback

Pimco Total Return Fund is lagging its Lipper peers in 2016 and is below average on a three-year basis. In contrast, Pimco Income Fund is outperforming its own peer group in both periods.feedback

The environment has shifted and it's forcing many managers to start playing catch up.feedback

You want some cash available. It gives you flexibility.feedback

Investors sharply rotated out of large- and mid-cap mutual funds last week, just as the start of earnings season kicked off.feedback

The trend to passive ETFs has persisted throughout the year. Active funds have failed to keep up with common benchmarks this year, and investors are looking for lower-cost alternatives.feedback

Muni funds have had weekly inflows for nearly a year, and that could be coming to an end, which is notable.feedback

If you are going to pay up for active management, that manager should have come close or beaten an index-based product.feedback

In moderately-growing equity markets fees matter much more.feedback

Tech stocks have done well this year, and we think they'll continue doing well so long as the economy shows strength.feedback

Within the consumer discretionary sector, we see equity that is attractively priced. This sector has underperformed but it usually does well in the fourth quarter due to holiday shopping. It would also get a boost from a general economic rebound. On top of this, consumer discretionary isn't terribly interest-rate sensitive, so a rate increase should not greatly affect it.feedback

Energy and utilities have done well year-to-date, but we have concerns about their performance going forward.feedback

Investors have been moving money out of those products in 2016, with concerns about economic prospects in Europe, concerns about Japan, and adding on to it the dollar has not done what it did last year.feedback

For hedge products to have success, investors need to buy into the theme that they're reducing risk. If and when the dollar strengthens again, the trade will return to popularity.feedback

Investors tend to view indexed ETFs as purely assets they can buy and ignore, and these changes are a reminder that investors need to regularly look inside their ETFs because the stocks and country weightings can change as the index providers refresh those indices.feedback

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