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My favorite ETF reads over the past week, along with my ETF tweet and chart of the week!


‘BUZZ’ ETF: White Noise Or Right Noise? by Drew Voros

“As the Portnoy publicity circus has died down and a half-billion dollars has been entrusted to the fund to make money for its investors, we thought it was time to sit down with Jamie Wise, CEO of Buzz Holdings.”


Charts with Chartolini: ETFs and the Q1 GameStop Madness by Matt Bartolini

“The Q1 events of GME has provided another case study/net cutting exercise for ETFs in terms of showcasing their prowess as market access and liquidity tools.”


Does Bitcoin Need an ETF? by Michael Venuto

“Today, we are on the cusp of an ETF giving credibility to the technology that may one day replace the ETF structure.”


Quick Hit: Equity Fund Flows by Dave Nadig

“At no point in 2020 – even in March – did ETF investors exit the equities market.”


Happy Birthday to Semi-Transparent Active ETFs by Todd Rosenbluth

“Well established asset managers are making some of their best mutual fund strategies available through ETFs.”


ETF Tweet of the Week:  Fidelity became the latest fund company to toss their hat in the bitcoin ETF ring.


ETF Chart of the Week:  This colorful chart depicts the percentage share of rolling one-month ETF inflows.  The takeaway?  It’s “risk on”, with over 90% of recent ETF inflows going into equities.

Source:  Arbor Data Science


Last Week’s ETF Buzz