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


Differentiation Key For Rising Small ETF Issuers by Gerrard Cowan

“While it can be challenging to compete with the giants of the funds world, such firms can offer investors a welcome means of diversification.”


Why Aren’t Asset Managers Jumping on ETF Conversions? by Diana Britton

“They don’t want to cannibalize the mutual funds.”


Som Seif: ‘Rational’ for SEC to Approve Crypto ETFs by Ben Schiller

“My guess is that the SEC will approve it, and it will be very rational for them to do so and very irrational for them at this stage not to.”


QQQ vs. QQQM vs. QQQJ: What To Expect From The Big 3 Nasdaq ETFs by David Dierking

“How should an investor decide between QQQ, QQQM and QQQJ? Let’s break down each of them one by one.”


Retail Traders Are Now Parking Their Cash in Boring Stock ETFs by Bailey Lipschultz

“Some individual investors appear to have decided to turn off their trading apps, put their money in a – relatively speaking – less risky space and enjoy the summer.”


ETF Tweet of the Week:  What do Lego people (including a lively DJ) at a dance club have to do with ETFs? Watch…


ETF Chart of the Week:  iShares has long been the leader in ETF market share.  However, second-place Vanguard has continued to methodically narrow the gap.

Source:  Bloomberg’s Eric Balchunas


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