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


Active funds take more of the fixed income ETF pie by Kate Duguid

“Since the beginning of 2021, 65 of the 105 new fixed-income ETFs that have come to market in the US have been actively managed.”


Investors Piling Into Gold ETFs Face A Surprising Tax Bill by Kristine Owram and Claire Ballentine

“Even for those who have spent years buying and selling ETFs, the intricacies of taxes on gold products might be unwelcome news.”


You’ll Likely Soon Get More Shares Of These Popular ETFs by Matt Krantz

“Lower ETF share prices can enhance the functionality and utility of ETFs within ETF model portfolios.”


What Happens to Your ETFs if Chinese Stocks Delist? by Kate Lin

“There is a set process that funds will have to refer to if this should happen.”


Is a Change to ‘Exchange’ Definition Key to Bitcoin ETF Approval? by Ben Strack

“I continue to think the SEC can and will approve a bitcoin ETF prior to redefining what an exchange is.”


ETF Tweet of the Week:  Simplicity often trumps complexity when it comes to investing…


ETF Chart of the Week:  This excellent flowchart came across my desk again this week.  While I’ve posted previously, it’s always a good refresher to see everything that makes ETFs tick.

Source:  Arro Financial Communications


Last Week’s ETF Buzz