The ETF Show - Disruptive Innovation

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  • 04 mins 27 secs
The record bull market created unprecedented wealth but exposure to unconventional strategies may be helpful in the late stage of the macro cycle. Douglas Yones, Head of Exchange Traded Products at the New York Stock Exchange, discusses the outlook for the industry and presents his vision of how the NYSE will offer the DMM model for ETFs. ARK Invest's Client Portfolio Manager, Renato Leggi highlights long-term growth created by disruptive innovation.

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