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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    South Korea’s Economic Growth amid Geopolitical Tensions

    South Korean economy The South Korean (EWY) economy is currently affected by security threats from North Korea and several chaebols, or family-controlled companies. Samsung Electronics (SSNLF) (HYMLF), a chaebol, has been involved in a corruption scandal, like companies in many other emerging markets. However, on a positive note, most macroeconomic factors look promising thanks to new […]

    By Mary Sadler
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Climate Change Risks: Look Beyond the Obvious

    When it comes to climate change risks, investors should look beyond the obvious sectors like fossil fuel and utilities. The VW (VLKAY) scandal has only reaffirmed this.

    By Ewen Cameron Watt
  • Financials

    Fixed income ETFs: The longer the duration, the higher the loss

    The higher the expense ratio, the deeper the decline in an investment’s value. Also, the higher the period of investment, the greater the impact of expense ratios due to the compounding effect.

    By Alex Chamberlin
  • Financials

    Must-know: Why expense ratios have affected TLT and MUB

    We note that net or effective returns (that is, returns after expenses) fall to 7.95% versus perceived returns of 8.44% for TLT for the past three years.

    By Alex Chamberlin
  • Financials

    Why expense ratios affect ETF investors’ returns

    To see how expense ratios can affect investments over time, let’s compare the returns of several fixed income ETFs that differ only in expense ratio.

    By Alex Chamberlin
  • Financials

    Why bid-ask spread costs are so important to ETF investors

    Other than the operating costs of an ETF, the other hidden cost that affects the return for investors is the bid-ask spread.

    By Alex Chamberlin
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    Financials

    Must-know: Important costs involved in owning an ETF

    Owning an ETF comes with some fees. These fees are called “expense ratios” because they’re expressed as a percentage of a fund’s assets.

    By Alex Chamberlin
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