Caroline Cakebread

Caroline Cakebread

Caroline Cakebread is the former editor of Canadian Investment Review.

ETF investors react to two-speed global economy

It's a two-speed global economy and that is affecting where ETF investors are putting their money.

Appetite for beta drives growth in junk bond ETFs

Why cost and tracking error aren't affecting inflows into corporate bond ETFs.

ETFs and the risks of connectivity

As ETFs hit new milestones, regulatory scrutiny heats up.

ETFs in times of extreme stress

August 24 was a bad day for some equity ETFs.

The trouble with bond indices

Is your bond ETF exposing you to the weakest links?

The dark side of ETFs?

Do ETFs lead to a less informed marketplace?

Why the ETF deathwatch list is a good thing

There are 315 U.S.-listed ETFs that could close soon -- this could be a good thing.

Do Director Elections Matter?

Researchers find a link between elections and CEO turnover-performance sensitivity

Bond ETFs: When liquidity isn’t an infinite resource

Greenwich Associates finds large institutional investors turning to bond ETFs in greater numbers.

Why aren’t more plan sponsors using ETFs?

Plan sponsors share top barriers to ETF use in new survey.

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