Wednesday links: cautionary tale

18Oct06

Another day, another Dow record. On to more interesting items in the linkfest.

Ian Salisbury in the Wall Street Journal has a cautionary tale on how Nuveen Investments missed out on the ETF boom.

Speaking of ETFs, the very same Ian Salibury at WSJ.com on the plans for an international real estate ETF.

Ticker Sense shows that almost all domestic ETFs are overbought.

Eddie Elfenbein at Crossing Wall Street has a graph showing the evolution of the “real” fed funds rate.

James Picerno at the Capital Spectator on the continued rise in core inflation.

All About Alpha examines a piece on the question of fees and algorithmic trading.

John Carney at DealBreaker.com notes the continuing pressure on private equity and hedge funds from overseas regulators.

Barbara Kollmeyer at Marketwatch.com on emerging market fund managers continuous search for previously untapped markets.

Scott Berry at Morningstar.com on the similar fates facing high profile mutual fund managers Bill Miller and Bill Gross.

Rob Wherry at SmartMoney.com looks at the launch of a “left leaning fund.”

Roxanne Khamsi at NewScientist.com reports on a study that shows, “The fear of losing money can be similar to the fear of physical pain…”

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