Over the past decade we have seen that for roughly each $1 invested in an indexed mutual fund there has been $2 invested in indexed ETFs.1 Trading exchange-traded funds (ETFs) involves making tradeoffs to pursue an outcome that best aligns with one’s goals. An ETF trade requires selecting an order type and its parameters, as well as determining when to place a trade during the trading day. Understanding the key decision points to place an order can help inform better trading decisions. (Download the PDF for more info)
Should I be worried by the recent banking turmoil’s impact on the stock market?
March 2023 was a significant month for banks in the US and globally. On March 10th, Silicon Valley Bank (SIVB) succumbed to a phenomenon called