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

 

This Bermuda-based ETF illustrates exchange giant Nasdaq’s broader crypto ambitions by Frank Chaparro

“From S&P Global to Cboe Global Markets, Wall Street firms are looking to launch index products that will serve as the basis for a crypto ETF.”

 

Active ETFs Not An Oxymoron by Todd Rosenbluth

“Actively managed ETFs have punched above their weight in the past year, opening many investors’ and advisors’ eyes to the fact that ETFs do not need to be index based.”

 

Social media sentiment ETF to launch in wake of Reddit rebellion by Steve Johnson

“VanEck is betting that there is long term value in listening to social media chat and is launching a social sentiment exchange traded fund.”

 

Why a U.S. Bitcoin ETF Could Be a Real Thing in 2021 by Claire Ballentine and Katherine Greifeld

“An exchange-traded fund might appeal, except an investor won’t find one tracking Bitcoin in the $5.8 trillion U.S. ETF universe – at least not yet.”

 

ETF Tweet of the Week: A bitcoin ETF was approved this week in Canada, a positive omen for the prospects of a bitcoin ETF in the U.S. later this year.

 

ETF Chart of the Week:  ETFs have come charging out of the gate to start 2021, raking-in $113 billion so far.  Here’s how that compares to prior years…Source:  Bloomberg’s Tom Psarofagis

 

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