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Tesla hedging: New ETF gears up to attract hesitant investors

[ad_1] Risk-averse investors have a new option to make safer bets on Tesla. Innovator ETFs launched the Innovator Hedged TSLA Strategy ETF (TSLH) – among other defined outcome products – last month.According to the ETF's CEO Bruce Bond, it gives investors exposure to the stock while largely steering clear of volatility

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Despite concerns, ESG strategies may become a crowded trade for impact investors – so Vanguard is taking a different track

[ad_1] It's a fund looking to make money from green investing.The inclusive, actively managed Vanguard Baillie Gifford Global Positive Impact Stock Fund (VBPIX) is an environmental, social and governance product that bundles companies with positive, inclusive and sustainable intentions. "It's really a fund that's going to be investing in global equities

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A new way to short Tesla: AXS Investments launches new single-stock ETFs

[ad_1] Investors have a new way to make bullish and bearish bets on large-cap stocks.AXS Investments launched eight of 18 approved single-stock leveraged ETFs this month. The funds aim to increase exposure of short-term single-stock investments."They're designed for active traders, traders that are looking to make tactical trading decisions on

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World’s largest bitcoin fund slams the SEC, sues over crypto ETF rejection

[ad_1] Digital currency asset manager Grayscale is in a legal fight with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over its latest rejection of the company's prospective spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund.Last Wednesday, the SEC denied Grayscale's application to convert its bitcoin trust to a spot ETF. The company filed a lawsuit

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Charles Schwab to pay $187 million to settle SEC charges that it misled robo-advisor clients on fees

[ad_1] The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters in Washington on Feb. 23, 2022.Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesCharles Schwab agreed to pay $187 million to settle an SEC investigation into alleged hidden fees charged by the firm's robo-advisor, Schwab Intelligent Portfolios, according to an agency announcement on Monday."Robo-advisor" is shorthand

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Grayscale tells SEC that turning biggest bitcoin fund into ETF will unlock $8 billion for investors

[ad_1] Michael Sonnenshein, CEO, Grayscale Investments at the NYSE, April 18, 2022.Source: NYSEGrayscale, the asset manager running the world's largest bitcoin fund, met privately with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week in an effort to persuade the regulator to approve the conversion of its flagship fund into an ETF,

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Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi says U.S. regulator is investigating its $4 billion IPO

[ad_1] Didi said in its annual report that it's being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC opened the probe after Didi's U.S. IPO last year.Sopa Images | Lightrocket | Getty ImagesThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Didi after its tarnished initial public offering, adding

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SEC nearly doubles crypto unit staff to crack down on abuses in the booming market

[ad_1] Gary GenslerSimon Dawson | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesThe Securities and Exchange Commission announced Tuesday that it will almost double its staff responsible for protecting investors in cryptocurrency markets.The regulator's Crypto Assets and Cyber team, a unit of the SEC's broader Enforcement division, will increase its head count by 20

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SEC eyes tighter disclosure deadlines for hedge funds building big stakes in companies

[ad_1] Gary Gensler, chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), speaks during a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021.Bill Clark | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesSecurities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler said Wednesday that the regulator is eyeing tighter

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JPMorgan agrees to $125 million fine for letting employees use WhatsApp to evade regulators’ reach

[ad_1] JPMorgan Chase is paying a $125 million fine to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that its Wall Street division allowed employees to use WhatsApp and other platforms to circumvent federal record-keeping laws.The SEC said Friday in a statement that JPMorgan Securities admitted to "widespread" record-keeping failures in recent

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