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Monday, January 7, 2013

Active Bond ETFs, EM Bond Funds and Low-Volatility-Stock ETFs are Hot

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Active fixed income ETFs, emerging market local currency bond funds and low-volatility- stock ETFs are hot now. Yet long-short funds, managed futures and volatility ETFs and ETNs are not.

That's the warning in a Wall Street Journal article, by Anna Prior, in today's monthly investing in funds special report section. The article covers hot (and not hot) trends in the mutual fund business

Along the way, the WSJ cites a number of mutual funds, including: the Altergris Managed Futures Strategy [profile], the J.P. Morgan U.S. Large Cap Core Plus Fund [profile], the Pimco Total Return ETF [profile] and the PowerShares [profile] S&P 500 Low Volatility ETF. Mutual Fund Store founder Adam Bold, BlackRock global exchange-traded product research chief Dodd Kittsley, Lipper senior research analyst Matthew Lemieux and LPL senior vice president of research Anthony Valeri all talked to the paper for the piece. 

Edited by: Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

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