The German banks asset-management arm is offering an expense ratio of 25 basis points on a new high-yield ETF.
Interest rate hedged products could prove to be the new hot frontier in ETFs as a result of the U.S. election.
Seven of largest asset managers reported a record $50 billion in combined outflows during the third quarter of 2016.
Why one asset manager says the high alpha of an equity long/short hedge fund may outweigh the cost benefits of similarly structured mutual funds.
A young alternative ETF producer right now has two growth opportunities, says Reality Shares' CEO Eric Ervin.