ETFs’ creation/redemption process carries built-in tax efficiency, allowing US providers and authorized participants to minimize capital gains taxes.
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have garnered increasing popularity in the past few years as outlined in the first article in our ETF series. Retail investors favor ETFs for their low fee structure…
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are a growing force in global markets. Firms can use technology to calculate a fund’s Net Asset Value and make trading decisions.
Creating complex orders requires an understanding of the structure of the options and futures markets. Here’s what you need to know to trade this order type.
Micro e-mini futures aren’t just for less sophisticated investors. They also can provide useful liquidity and precision for institutional traders.
Calendar spreads are a useful futures product for hedging, market exposure, and alpha generation. Learn the basics and the market data needed to use them.
The continuing popularity of index options highlights unique ways to cut costs on trading.
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