If you just can’t get enough of what I’ve written, here’s a listing of articles that have been published elsewhere:

Using ETFs To Build a Sustainable Muni Portfolio, January 23, 2017 (scheduled). See my Author Page to link to it.

Fixed Income ETF Liquidity: The Nonstory, January 4, 2017

Short Duration Muni ETFs Offer Shelter, November 11, 2016

How Does a Bond Investor Get Defensive?
Seeking Alpha, September 12, 2016

Strong Muni ETF Inflows Continue, September 7, 2016

Muni ETFs: Low Yield Doesn’t Mean Low Return, August 04, 2016

Yield Opportunities Abound In Muni Bond ETFs, June 20, 2016

These ETFs Hold Puerto Rico Bonds, May 11, 2016

Puerto Rico’s Lesson For ETF Investors, May 6,2016

Muni ETFs in a Portfolio
Van Eck Muni Nation, April 20, 2016

Using ETFs to access the muni market can make it easier to maintain an appropriate and more comfortable level of risk in one’s “core” allocation than using individual muni bonds. Muni ETFs may also open up possibilities to take on incremental risk in a more liquid and broadly diversified way.

Using Muni ETFs to Complement a Portfolio of Bonds
Van Eck Muni Nation, April 13, 2016

For municipal bond investors, life has gotten more difficult — not less. investors may wish to consider whether using muni bond ETFs as a complement to an existing portfolio may be easier and more efficient than using individual bonds as a way of maintaining an appropriate asset allocation mix and risk profile. Also published by ETF Trends and Seeking Alpha

Muni Fund Ownership Growing March 18, 2016

Investor dollars are flowing away from individual muni bonds and into muni mutual funds and ETFs. Also published by Yahoo Finance

High Yield Bonds For High Yield Munis, March 7, 2016

Why a tax-swap out of corporate high yield and into muni high yield could make sense right now. Also published by Yahoo Finance

Duration As Guide With Muni ETFs, February 22, 2016

Lower-duration ETFs may ‘feel’ safer, but are they? Also published by Yahoo Finance

Don’t Blame ETFs For Poor Muni Liquidity, January 7, 2016

Some think ETFs contribute to declining liquidity in muni markets, but the evidence contradicts this. Also published by Yahoo Finance.