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The ETF/ ETP Commentary section presents an aggregation of timely insights and news from the world of ETFs from leading independent experts. The default view shows the most recent commentaries first but you can also sort them by ETP, date, number of views, and frequency of publication. This helps to ensure that you can easily retrieve materials published over the past month just as easily as daily commentary. You can also see the ticker symbols of ETFs/ETPs mentioned in the commentary highlighted next to it. Just click on the symbols to go directly to their snapshot page.


How do I read the complete article?

Simply click on the headline of the article and the article will display.

Can I easily read other articles from the same source or author?

Yes, simply click on either the source's name or the author's name and you will see all commentary from either. These views provide a description of the source or author in the right hand column along with the next set of articles from the author or source.

What is the source of the Commentary on these pages?

Commentary on ETFs and ETPs is provided by independent third party providers like Morningstar, ETF Database, Standard and Poor's and Sabrient Systems.

What does the Related Symbols Column mean?

These are the ticker symbols of the securities discussed in an article.

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