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


JPMorgan Is Boosting Its Active ETFs With a $10 Billion Mutual Fund Switch by Claire Ballentine

“Investors just continue to embrace the ETF technology as a way to build portfolios.”


Bitcoin Futures ETF: Lucy & The Football? by Dave Nadig

“If nothing else, the SEC never fails to provide opportunities to make some popcorn, sit back, and watch the show.”


ETFs set to overtake mutual funds as passive vehicle of choice by Steve Johnson

“In many ways, the ETF wrapper is just the mutual fund version 2.0.”


Global ETF Assets Hit $9 Trillion by Michael Wursthorn

“ETFs are probably the greatest success story in financial services over the last two decades.”


ETF Tweet of the Week:  Ryan Krueger offers an excellent reminder that 1) much work is still needed on ETF education and, 2) it’s still early in the ETF lifecycle.


ETF Chart of the Week:  This unique graphic shows the percentage share of rolling one-month flows into various ETF segments.  The takeaway?  ETF investors have been slightly more conservative recently, increasing positions in bonds, larger cap equities, and non-cyclical sectors.

Source:  Arbor Data Science


Last Week’s ETF Buzz