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The second part of our series addressing common misconceptions about ETFs and smart beta discusses the myth that ETFs are a fad that creates herding, bubbles and dangerous systemic risks.
In the first part of our series addressing common misconceptions about ETFs and smart beta, we discuss the supposed academic consensus that the only recourse for investors frustrated with active management is to turn to market capitalization-weighted index funds.
Treasury supply considerations usually are not the primary driver of interest rate trends. However, they can affect rate direction on a broader scale, and that is why the Fed’s balance sheet normalization process could end up being the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.