Caroline Cakebread

Caroline Cakebread

Caroline Cakebread is the editor of Canadian Investment Review. As editor, she works with the investment industry and the site's board to produce thought-leading content for She also works closely with the conference and Online Debates Team to ensure that content meets the needs of Canada's top pension investors.

Do ETFs point to a great rotation?

Stock ETFs are clocking record growth.

Japanese pensions turn to gold in troubled times

ETFs pave way for Japan's funds.

Country ETFs: Winners and losers in 2012

Where were the best and worst places to put your money this year?

Post-Election: A Dark Future for the U.S.

Coverage of the 2012 Investment Innovation Conference.

China’s policymakers show ETFs some love

Two yuan-denonimated products are a sign ETFs have arrived.

MSCI versus FTSE: Why they’re not the same

Small changes can make a big difference in underlying assets.

Looking for liquidity in all the wrong places

Misconceptions about liquidity make it for new ETFs.

2012: A Watershed Year for ETFs?

Cost pressures and closures could reshape the space.

ETFs in a risk-on, risk-off world

Investors turning to ETFs over single stock bets.

ETFs: A Cheaper Way For Pensions to Go Passive?

ETFs as lower cost route than index funds?

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