If you invested $1 in a College Textbook Price Index in 1978, that $1 would be worth $9.45 in 2014. Where the heck is my College Textbook ETF? pic.twitter.com/rvXGdEVQXJ
The Absa MAPPS Protect ETF brings you pic.twitter.com/rOoR8fPurc
How the rich diversify: 25% public equities 21% private equity & partnerships 15% directly controlled real estate 12% various forms of fixed income 8% cash & liquid equivalents 8% given to outside managers (hedgies) 4% commodities & farming 3% ETFs 2% art & collectables pic.twitter.com/ZG30AS9Z20
There are 56 strategic-beta ETFs that had median annual turnover >= 100% over the past 5 years.
Over that span, there were just 6 cap gains distributions made by 3 funds in this group.
All 3 invest in EM stocks. Some EM stocks cannot be transferred in-kind.
CPSE ETF FFO 5 oversubscribed by more than 5 times. Against Base Issue size of Rs.8,000 Cr, a subscription amount of more than Rs.40,000 crores was received till 5.00 pm today. Govt exercises green shoe option taking the offer size to Rs 11,500 cr. pic.twitter.com/KTeqr9ZO8O