WisdomTree Stuffs New Ideas Into ETF Pipeline
July 11, 2011 at 07:00 AM EDT
The past few weeks have been a relatively slow stretch for the ETF industry–at least in terms of product development. Since EGShares rolled out a suite of sector-specific emerging markets ETFs on June 23, only two new products have hit the market: the S&P 500 Crude Oil Linked ETN (BARL) from Morgan Stanley and the ISE Cloud Computing Index Fund (SKYY) from First Trust. But behind the scenes, the innovation that has become a defining characteristic of the ETF industry has continued at a breakneck pace. A number of different issuers have been busy laying the groundwork for new ETF launches, and WisdomTree has been particularly active in stuffing some new ideas into the already full product pipeline. Below we profile some of the most recent filings from one of the fastest-growing ETF issuers: Emerging Markets TIPS One interesting idea detailed in a recent SEC filing is the WisdomTree Emerging [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: iShares Rolls Out International TIPS ETFs Guggenheim Plans China Bond ETF Bond ETFs: 12 Stops Along The Risk/Return Spectrum ETF Pipeline: International Corporate Bonds, Fixed Income “Spread Funds” CBND vs. LQD: Better Corporate Bond ETF?