My favorite ETF reads over the past week, along with my ETF tweet and chart of the week!
(Note: This week’s ETF Buzz unintentionally features a cornucopia of bitcoin ETF-related articles. Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday weekend!)
“This process isn’t as seamless as ETFs’ creation/redemption mechanism and can lead to periods where there are too many/too few shares available to the market.”
“For insurers evaluating whether to own bond ETFs, this could be a very significant event in moving the needle.”
“Financial Twitter is a hub of some of the best experts, minds, thought leaders, and influencers in the field.”
“I think it’s too soon to count the futures-based ETFs out.”
“Every day brings us closer to the inevitable eventual approval of a spot bitcoin ETF. Nothing from the VanEck disapproval or other recent action changes this.”
ETF Tweet of the Week: The tax efficiency of stock ETFs, Exhibit A…
Not surprising: S&P 500 Index tracking ETFs are more tax efficient than MFs
Surprising: the magnitude pic.twitter.com/9ZQdI9EUy3
— Daniel Sotiroff (@DanielSotiroff) November 23, 2021
ETF Chart of the Week: “The World’s Cheapest ETF Portfolio”, now with a weighted average fee of less than .03%!
Source: Bloomberg’s Eric Balchunas