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Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Two decades ago, the Nasdaq Composite hit a then-record above 5000, the internet-stock peak. Are investors any smarter now?

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Monthly Monitor: U.S.-stock funds fell an average 8.4% in February, as the coronavirus concerns hit late in the month. But U.S. stocks are up modestly so far in March—despite all the daily tumult.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Investors can now get a broader range of products from robo advisers, including cash accounts and retirement services.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

A net $41 billion has flowed into emerging-markets equities funds in the two years through December 2019, coinciding with a period of significant underperformance.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

While many niche products fail to attract enough assets to be profitable, the number of ETFs overall continues to grow.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Q&A: An interview with economist Henry Kaufman, whose declarations on the markets made Wall Street shudder in the 1970s and early 1980s.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

In Translation: When inflation and GDP growth are both slowing, the U.S. economy is in Quad 4, according to Hedgeye Risk Management.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Spotlight: IQ Candriam ESG US Equity and IQ Candriam ESG International Equity take a proactive approach to socially responsible investing, which could lead to some surprises for investors.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Assets in Global X Nasdaq 100 Covered Call have almost tripled since the start of 2019, as more investors look to hedge their bets.

Journal Reports: Funds/ETFs

Spotlight: The three new ETFs, which promise low-cost, convenient exposure to U.S. and international stocks, will be converted from existing index funds.

Your Money

Worries about coronavirus have sent Treasury yields—and mortgage rates—lower in recent weeks. Here are some main points for homeowners to consider before refinancing their rate.

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Expense of testing, treatment, missed work days, canceled flights will be shared by government, companies, patients.

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Emily Ramshaw, the co-founder and chief executive of the new nonprofit media company The 19th, explains how she plans to elevate women’s voices and make sure that women of color are represented.

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Interest rates affect the cost of borrowing, so the Federal Reserve’s surprise rate cut Tuesday can ripple through the cost of mortgages and the interest earned on savings accounts and more.