Leveraged Loan Funds Report Eighth Consecutive Week Of Outflows – Forbes

Netflix shares have added around 30% in last three months. Investors should note that Netflix has surprised the Zacks Consensus Estimate for earnings in last four quarters, with the average beat being 13.25%. Goldman analyst Heath Terry believes that Netflix will be able to double the subscriber base over the next three years as the company entered into 6 European markets, namely Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium and Luxembourg this year and two to four markets every year thereafter. Terry also raised the 2018 revenue and EPS outlook for Netflix to reflect its significant growth in subscriber base.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/etfs-buy-netflix-rise-following-214814324.html

GGGGs assets under management tally could increase by 25% as a result of Wednesdays action in the ETF. Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF View photo . ETF Trends editorial team contributed to this post. Tom Lydons clients own shares of GLD.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/junior-miners-etf-consolidates-looks-113049916.html

Inflows To High Yield Bond ETFs Offset Mutual Fund Outflows – Forbes

This is the eighth consecutive outflow, for a net $4.94 billion withdrawal over that span, representing the largest multiweek depletion since a run of outflows in August 2011. Extrange-traded fund inflows of $28 million barely offset outflows from mutual funds of $485 million. The outflow marks the eleventh weekly withdrawal in the past 12 weeks, a stretch that put other an end to a 95-week inflow streak totaling $66.7 billion.The trailing four-week reading moves to negative $618 million per week, from negative $779 million last week and $792 million two weeks ago. Year-to-date inflows now total just $1.2 billion, of which $804 million, or 70% of the sum, is ETF-related.
Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/spleverage/2014/07/04/leveraged-loan-funds-report-eighth-week-of-outflows/

Leveraged ETF Launch: Non Energy MLP ETN Hits Market – ETF News And Commentary – NASDAQ.com

This weeks number represents the eighth inflow in the past nine weeks, for a combined $3.2 billion inflow over that span. While last weeks inflow was balanced with ETFs representing 55% of the sum, or $338 million, todays reading shows a mutual fund outflow of $33 million compared to inflows to ETFs of $123 million. The trailing-four-week average dropped to $187 million per week from $240 million last week. The full-year reading now shows inflows of $6.6 billion, and its roughly 19% related to the ETF segment. In contrast, one year ago, which included the single largest one-week outflow on record $4.6 billion for the week ended June 5, 2013 the full-year reading was negative $9.3 billion, with 31% tied to ETF withdrawals.
Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/spleverage/2014/07/04/inflows-to-high-yield-bond-etfs-offset-mutual-fund-outflows/

This ETN, the Ex-Energy MLP ETN (FMLP) has amassed about $25 million in the short time since its launch. LMLP in Focus The newly launched fund – LMLP – looks to track the Wells Fargo MLP Ex-Energy Index, same as FMLP (read: First Ex-Energy MLP Hits the Market: FMLP ). The new entrant seeks to provide investors twice the monthly return of the said index. Investors should note that unlike most other leveraged ETFs which are reset daily, this new fund will be reset on a monthly basis.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/leveraged-etf-launch-non-energy-mlp-etn-hits-market-etf-news-and-commentary-cm367719

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