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ETF Exchange-Traded Funds

2020 could be the year in which Australia's active managers intensify their efforts to get a piece of Australia's $60bn ETF pie.

Australia's corporate watchdog has lifted the six-month suspension of opaque exchange-traded funds following a review, clearing the way for new products to come to market.

Australian exchange-traded fund manager BetaShares will launch a new range of diversified ETFs, competing directly with Vanguard's product suite.

A closer look at the merits of common arguments against index investing.

Exchange-traded funds are a simple and cost-effective way of investing in a wide range of asset classes, with both passive and active forms increasingly popular with investors.

There are three Morningstar medal-rated ETFs that offer a low-cost way to gain access to high-quality Australian fixed-income.

New bank capital regulations being rolled out locally over the next few years could open the door to a class of high-yielding bonds formerly only available to institutions, writes Arian Neiron.

The Australian ETF industry finished the month of August at a record $54.1bn in funds under management despite fears that a 'bubble' in passive investing is distorting share prices.

Strategic beta funds are a key introduction while international equity is now the largest ETF category in terms of net assets, with $22bn under management.

Vanguard’s ultra-cheap ETFs are a sound option for diversified coverage, says Morningstar’s Donna Lopata.

The regulator is worried about the opacity of the active exchange traded fund market.

Is today’s much-larger ETP market truly better than it was five and 10 years ago?

These days there seems to be an exchange-traded fund for every emerging trend and while they are convenient, they are no guarantee of value and growth.

Australia's ETF market is tipped to doubled over the next three years as more investors abandon managed funds and direct shares, says an online investment adviser.

Dividend exchange-traded-funds are a developing feature of the Australian listed product market. We find out which are trading with Morningstar medals.

Each of these exchange-traded funds take a slightly different slant on listed real estate investment trusts, three of them focusing on Australia and one tracking global REITs. 

We know investors are always hungry for investing tips, including information about exchange-traded funds, so these 10 timeless tips are worth revisiting.

Some of Australia's largest providers of exchange-traded products are slashing fees as the battle for market share rages on.

Investors are prone to sticking to equities in their own country but many of the historical arguments for home bias no longer hold water, argues Morningstar director of global ETF research Ben Johnson.



Morningstar year in review 2019 Morningstar launches its first active ETF What happens if everyone indexes?
Morningstar year in review 2019 Morningstar launches its first active ETF What happens if everyone indexes?