The ETF Show - Disruption and Volatility Risk
Innovation, disruption and volatility may be seen as investment opportunities but risk abounds. Will Rhind, Founder and CEO of GraniteShares, highlights disruption as a risk that impacts investors and companies alike and the importance of flipping the investment paradigm. John Love, President & CEO of USCF explores crude oil volatility and exposure to commodities at this stage of the market cycle.
Exclusive MASTERCLASS: Fixed Income, Not Fixed Thinking
Fixed income is an important part of an investor's portfolio. BNY Mellon Investment Management provides insight into the macroeconomic factors affecting the asset class in the U.S. and in international markets. The broader advantages of fixed income as an investment are examined in conjunction with the importance of diversifying rate exposure into different markets. In this panel discussion, 3 fixed income specialists from BNY Mellon Investment Management highlight their expertise and present their individual approaches: Gautam Khanna, PM BNY Mellon Core+ Strategy; Insight Investment Brendan Murphy, PM BNY Mellon Global Fixed Income Strategy / BNY Mellon International Bond Fund; Mellon Co. Dan Rabasco, Head of Municipal Bonds; Mellon Co.
The ETF Show - Sustainable Investing
Socially responsible investing is gaining ground as it expands into a trillion dollar category AUM in the U.S. ETFs are reflecting this evolution with offerings that embrace awareness and ROI. Claire Smith, CEO of Beyond Investing (NYSE: VEGN), focuses on sustainability and a vision for a new fund. Toby Loftin, Founder of BP Capital Fund Advisors and TriLine Index Solutions (NYSE: RENW), discusses an economic and harmonious approach with renewable and traditional energy.
The ETF Show - Non-transparent ETFs
Precidian Investments' ActiveShares model became the first non-transparent ETF to get approval from the SEC. Douglas M. Yones, Head of Exchange Traded Products at the NYSE, considers the outlook for the ETF industry . Ed Rosenberg, SVP & Head of ETFs at American Century Investments, discusses the impact of active, non-transparent ETFs on the market.
Jim Rogers: U.S. Market Nearing Last Inning of Bull Market
International Investor and Author of Street Smarts, Jim Rogers, considers the volatility in the global capital markets and offers his perspective on the outlook for precious metals, commodities, and the U.S. dollar. Rogers examines the economic slowdown in nations around the globe and whether or not investment opportunities abound.
Investing in the Circular Economy
Samira Salman is the COO of a single family office and Founder of Salman Solutions, discusses how 'patient capital' can solve some of the major global challenges through circular investments.
Jim Rogers: The Bear Market Doesn't Start Today
International Investor and Author of Street Smarts, Jim Rogers, weighs in on the global investment landscape and considers the risks on the horizon. Rogers offers his long-term macroeconomic perspective on the economy, as well as his insights into the opportunities within the out-of-favor regions and asset classes.
The ETF Show - Catalysts for Innovation
David Whitaker, President of Foreside, provides an overview of the company's services and solutions and provides insights into recent regulatory and marketplace developments. Margaret Farquharson, Senior Director of ETFs at Nationwide explains how strategic beta bridges the divide between traditional active and passive strategies.
Accessing the Market
Tony Tanner of Aquila Group of Funds walks through the different ways investors can access the markets and how they can find diversification and liquidity.
Finding Value in ABS & MBS
Nolan Anderson of Weitz Investment Management shares ways he says he is finding value in asset backed and mortgage backed securities.
AI Revolution to be a Gradual Metamorphosis
Milton Ezrati, chief economist at Vested, considers how the AI revolution will unfold and how regulation over AI applications will impact the banking and finance sector.
A different take on growth vs. value
With the global economy in late cycle, should stock investors expect to see growth’s longstanding dominance give way to value? Portfolio manager Brad Vogt concedes it’s possible but proposes a more nuanced approach to the market.