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Palladium ETF Continues to Surge on Strong Fundamentals

Palladium-related ETFs have surged and is now the best non-leveraged ETF of the new year as strong fundamentals helped the precious metal maintain its luster. The Aberdeen Standard Physical Palladium Shares ETF (NYSEArca: PALL), which seeks to reflect the performance of the price of physical palladium, has increased 25.5% year-to-date. After almost a decade of being [...]

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Don’t Overlook Healthcare Sector ETFs Even in an Election Year

Investors have shunned healthcare stocks and sector-related ETFs during a U.S. presidential election year, but things might turn out differently this time around. The spotlight is already shining over the healthcare sector as Democratic candidates argue among themselves over the finer details of a potential “medicare for All” while President Donald Trump pledged to “never [...]

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Alternative ETFs to Hedge Against Further Euro Weakness

The battered euro currency has already dipped to its weakest level since 2017, and more traders are betting that it could weaken even further. Currency traders can consider bearish or inverse exchange traded funds to hedge against a further depreciation in the euro. The euro currency has declined 3.1% against the U.S. dollar to $1.0838 [...]

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AGFiQ On BTAL’s Function During A Market Correction

ETF Trends spoke with Mark Stacey, Senior Vice President, Co-CIO AGFiQ Quantitative Investing, and Head of Portfolio Management, about AGFiQ U.S. Market Neutral Anti-Beta Fund (BTAL). The discussion was specifically focused on its consideration when the possibility of a market correction is in the air. As Stacey explains, BTAL is constructed to be long low beta, short [...]

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Coffee ETNs Jump After Steep Sell-Off, Growing Supply Concerns

Coffee prices and related exchange traded note surged on Friday as the agricultural commodity was on pace to finish its first positive week for the year on rising supply concerns from major global producers. The iPath Series B Bloomberg Coffee Subindex Total Return ETN (NYSEArca: JO) increased 3.9% on close to five times its normal [...]

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Active ETF Asset Traction Quickens

Fixed income ETF usage is also accelerating.

 

What Global ETF Investors Want

The Brown Brothers Harriman/ETF.com annual investor survey points to several interesting trends in the ETF space. 

 

First ActiveShares Closer To Launch

The newest twist to active ETFs could hit the market soon.

 

Behind Freedom-Weighted Emerging Markets ETF

The novel approach underlying ‘FRDM’ offers a different risk profile to emerging market equities, beginning with the exclusion of China.

 

Behind SSgA’s Push Into Low Cost Core ETFs

State Street's Sue Thompson talks about the firm's build-up of a low-cost core offering, including the redesigned 'SPLG'. 

 

Bearish Energy ETFs to Soon Hedge Against a Weak Oil Market

Crude oil prices plunged as the coronavirus contagion spread, and many U.S. energy companies struggle to stay afloat in this depressed market, potentially paving the way for inverse or bearish energy-sector exchange traded fund plays to hedge further risks ahead.

 

Coal ETF Enters a Vital Stretch

Coal equities and the VanEck Vectors Coal ETF (KOL B) are in the midst of potentially telling and certainly sensitive time as alternative energy sources take hold.

 

Getting Hydrogen Help For This Clean Energy ETF

Solar and wind usually command the most attention among clean energy consumers and in the renewable energy investment conversation, but investors should not overlook the opportunities afforded by hydrogen.

 

Having Access to European Equities on the Cheap

Entering 2020, there was plenty of chatter about the outlook for European equities and the related ETFs due to expectations that the region could finally catch up to the performance of U.S. stocks and its status as a value destination.

 

New Budget Needs Infrastructure Campaign Clues

The FlexShares STOXX Global Broad Infrastructure Index Fund (NFRA B+) and other infrastructure ETFs could be in focus over the next several days because the White House releases its latest budget today, one that’s likely to include clues about President Trump’s infrastructure efforts.

 

United States Bitcoin & Treasury Investment Trust files with the SEC

 

February 14, 2020-United States Bitcoin & Treasury Investment Trust has filed a Amendment No. 6 to a Form S-1 registration statement with the SEC.

 

BNY Mellon ETF Trust files with the SEC-8 BNY Mellon ETFs

 

February 14, 2020--BNY Mellon ETF Trust has filed a post-effective amendment, registration statement with the SEC for the
BNY Mellon US Large Cap Core Equity ETF
BNY Mellon US Mid Cap Core Equity ETF
BNY Mellon US Small Cap Core Equity ETF
BNY Mellon International Equity ETF
BNY Mellon Emerging Markets Equity ETF
BNY Mellon Core Bond ETF
BNY Mellon Short Duration Corporate Bond ETF
BNY Mellon High Yield Beta ETF.

 

First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund VIII files with the SEC

 

Febrauary 13, 2020--First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund VIII has filed an Amendment No. 1 to an application for exemptive relief withthe SEC.

 

Direxion Shares ETF Trust files with the SEC-3 Direxion ETFs

 

February 12, 2020--Direxion Shares ETF Trust has filed a post-effective amendment, registration statement with the SEC for the
Direxion MSCI USA ESG-Leaders vs. Laggards ETF
Direxion S&P 500(R) High minus Low Quality ETF
Direxion Flight to Safety Strategy ETF.

 

Investment Managers Series Trust files with the SEC-Knowledge Leaders Developed World ETF

 

February 12, 2020--Investment Managers Series Trust has filed a post-effective amendment, registration statement with the SEC for the Knowledge Leaders Developed World ETF.

 
 
 

Feb. 2020 Sector SPDR Analyzer

 

The ETF Analyzer, Sector SPDR Edition for February 2020 is ready for download. This monthly publication has succinct one-page reports on each of the 11 Select Sector SPDR ETFs in three easy-to-read sections: Investment Summary, Fundamentals, and Composition. It helps investors: Evaluate the funds based on investment merit using fundamental data and analysis Compare the Sector SPDRs…

 

Evaluating Factor ETFs

 

Our new Factor Scorecard helps investors evaluate and compare competing ETFs

 

Jan. 2020 Sector SPDR Analyzer

 

Succinct investment outlook for each of the 11 Select Sector SPDR ETFs based on a fundamental analysis of the funds’ underlying constituents.

 

Dec. 2019 Sector SPDR Analyzer

 

Succinct investment outlook for each of the 11 Select Sector SPDR ETFs based on a fundamental analysis of the funds’ underlying constituents.

 

Nov. 2019 Sector SPDR Analyzer

 

Succinct investment outlook for each of the 11 Select Sector SPDR ETFs based on a fundamental analysis of the funds’ underlying constituents.

 
 
 

The Royal Mint’s gold ETC to launch this week

 

17th Feb 2020 - 3:00pm

The Royal Mint’s gold ETC to launch this week

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The Royal Mint is to launch its first ETC this week, in partnership with HANetf. The Royal Mint Physical Gold Securities ETC (RMAU) will list on London Stock Exchange and is designed to offer investors an effective way to access the gold market as it tracks the physical price of gold. 

This is the first listed financial product to be backed by The Royal Mint and the first physically gold backed ETC to be launched in partnership with a European Sovereign Mint.  



The Royal Mint is the world’s largest export mint, creating coins, medals, gifts and investment opportunities to the UK and overseas countries. With 1,100 years of heritage and expertise, The Royal Mint writes that it is a world leader in the design and craftsmanship of precious metals – and the move into the gold backed ETC market is the latest in a series of initiatives to diversify the company’s portfolio in line with evolving consumer needs.

The ETC will be 100 per cent backed by London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) Good Delivery bars, the physical gold associated with RMAU will be held in The Royal Mint’s purpose-built vault – one of the UK’s most secure sites. 

The Royal Mint writes that gold is often regarded as a safe haven investment in times of market stress and investors will now have the option to own an ETC that custodies the gold outside of the financial system. Most other gold ETCs custody their gold at commercial banks so the RMAU ETC offers an attractive alternative to investors looking to diversify their custody arrangements.

RMAU ETC securities can be redeemed in exchange for physical gold bars and coins, with delivery and storage provided by The Royal Mint. 

This ETC allocates gold that has been sourced on a best endeavour basis from the LBMA’s Responsible Sourcing program. The Total Expense ratio (TER) for the RMAU ETC is 0.22 per cent per annum.

The Royal Mint says that the launch of the ETC is designed to complement the Royal Mint’s existing range of precious metals products including gold, silver and platinum in the form of physical bars and coins, as well as its digital ‘Signature’ range available online.

Anne Jessopp, CEO of the Royal Mint, says: “This launch is a significant milestone for The Royal Mint as we look to the future and diversify our business for the 21st century. Today we are building on our 1,100 years of heritage and reputation for trust and security to expand into new ventures with the launch of our first ever listed financial product, becoming the first Sovereign Mint in Europe to do so.

“Our precious metals business has gone from strength to strength since its launch five years ago, and the launch of this gold backed ETC further builds on our existing range of Mint precious metal products.”

Jatin Patel, Head of Wealth Management at The Royal Mint says: “Gold continues to be recognised as the world’s leading means of trading and storing wealth. As one of the UK’s most trusted organisations, we are excited to be able to offer investors yet another way of gaining exposure to gold whilst having the confidence that it is safely stored in our vault.”

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Rize ETF starts out with cybersecurity and medical cannabis launches

 

17th Feb 2020 - 11:58am

Rize ETF starts out with cybersecurity and medical cannabis launches

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Brand new European ETF provider Rize ETF has launched its first two ETFs, the Rize Cybersecurity and Data Privacy UCITS ETF (CYBR) and the Rize Medical Cannabis and Life Sciences UCITS ETF (FLWR).

Both ETFs will be on both the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Xetra) and the London Stock Exchange (LSE). 

The firm writes that each ETF has been purpose-built by Rize ETF in collaboration with index provider Foxberry and thematic specialists in each particular theme, namely New Frontier Data with respect to FLWR and Tematica Research with respect to CYBR.



The Rize Cybersecurity and Data Privacy UCITS ETF (CYBR) provides exposure to 45 companies that are poised to benefit from the booming demand in cybersecurity products and services. These companies offer protection against cyber threats and are heralding the crusade for better data privacy regulation around the world. CYBR is Europe’s most progressive cybersecurity ETF and provides investors with exposure to a booming industry propelled by fresh concerns for data privacy around the world.

Rahul Bhushan, Rize ETF co-founder says: “Cybersecurity has always been an exciting area for us since we launched Europe’s first cybersecurity ETF back in 2015. The market is entering into a new phase of growth, as technologies such as AI and the cloud rapidly change security practices and digital infrastructures around the world, and as the sector is buoyed by favourable regulation such as GDPR in Europe and CCPA in the United States, which went live on 1 January this year. We feel CYBR is well-tailored to benefit from these structural tailwinds, and as we enter 2020, is designed to look out over the next five years to capture the growth we are expecting from this next wave of cybersecurity.” 

Rize ETF writes that a key differentiator between CYBR and other ETFs on the market providing similar exposure is the exclusion of companies engaged in the aerospace and defence sector. 

“We want to give much greater consideration to the growing concern amongst investors around particular topics such as social and environmental issues and human conflict and, in each case, seeking to incorporate some of the most directly applicable considerations into the structure of each product. In this case, we have excluded specific aerospace and defence companies that are involved with controversial weapons, such as BAE Systems, General Dynamics and Thales,” says Stuart Forbes, co-founder of Rize ETF.

CYBR is priced at 0.45 per cent per annum.

The Rize Medical Cannabis and Life Sciences UCITS ETF (FLWR) provides exposure to 23 companies that are positively exposed to the revolution in cannabinoid-derived medicine and wellness products and operating globally. Rize ETF says this makes it the most diversified and liquid cannabis ETF in Europe. 

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Columbia Sustainable Global Equity Income ETF to close and liquidate

 

17th Feb 2020 - 9:42am

Columbia Sustainable Global Equity Income ETF to close and liquidate

Columbia Sustainable Global Equity Income ETF will now close and liquidate its assets on or about 26 March, 2020, as further discussed below.

The last date for authorised participants to transact in creation units of Columbia Sustainable Global Equity Income ETF (the Liquidating ETF) will be 20 March, 2020.

The last day of trading in shares of the Liquidating ETF on NYSE Arca exchange is expected to be 20 March, 2020, after which the Liquidating ETF will no longer engage in business activities except for the purpose of winding down its affairs, including selling portfolio assets to raise cash for the liquidation, discharging or making reasonable provision for the payment of all of its liabilities and distributing its remaining assets to Liquidating ETF shareholders. This process will result in the Liquidating ETF not tracking its underlying index and increasing its cash holdings, which may not be consistent with the Liquidating ETF’s investment objective and principal investment strategies.

Shareholders may sell their shares on or before March 20, 2020 and may incur customary brokerage charges. Shareholders who do not sell their shares on or before 20 March, 2020 will receive cash equal to the amount of the net asset value of their shares as of the close of business on 24 March, 2020. The liquidating distribution is expected to be paid on or about 26 March, 2020 (the Distribution Date). While shareholders’ proportionate interests (ie, the number of ETF shares owned) in the Liquidating ETF is fixed as of the close of business on 20 March, 2020, the value of that interest may fluctuate, including decline, through the Distribution Date. The liquidating distributions will be made in cash. The Liquidating ETF’s investment manager will bear all out-of-pocket expenses incurred on behalf of the Liquidating ETF attributable to its liquidation.

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US ETF and ETP assets reach record USD4.44tn at the end of January 2020

 

14th Feb 2020 - 4:35pm

US ETF and ETP assets reach record USD4.44tn at the end of January 2020

ETFs and ETPs listed in US gathered net inflows of USD41.90 billion at the end of January, which is  higher than the USD1.62 billion outflows gathered at this point last year. 

Assets invested in the US ETFs/ETPs industry have increased by 0.4 per cent, from USD4.42 trillion at the end of December, to USD4.44 trillion, according to ETFGI'USDs January 2020 US ETFs and ETPs industry landscape insights report, an annual paid-for research subscription service. 

 
“During January the S&P 500 lost 0.04 per cent as markets were affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and offset any optimism on the trade talks with China. Global equities as measured by the S&P Global BMI were also down 1.33 per cent and the S&P Emerging BMI plummeted 4.3 per cent as well,” according to Deborah Fuhr, managing partner, founder and owner of ETFGI.
 
The ETFs and ETPs industry in the US had 2,366 ETFs/ETPs, from 158 providers on 3 exchanges at the end of January 2020.

At the end of January 2020, ETFs/ETPs in the US gathered net inflows of USD41.90billion. Equity ETFs/ETPs listed in US gathered net inflows of USD19.94 billion at the end of January, much greater than the USD18.55 billion in net outflows Equity products suffered in January 2019. Fixed Income ETFs/ETPs listed in US attracted net inflows of USD13.60 billion at the end of January, lower than the USD14.69 billion in net inflows in January 2019. Commodity ETFs/ETPs reported inflows of USD1.88 billion, which is lower than the USD2.08 billion in net inflows in January 2019.

Substantial inflows can be attributed to the top 20 ETFs by net new assets, which collectively gathered USD32.37 billion at the end of January, the iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF (IEFA US) gathered USD2.59 billion alone.
 
The top 10 ETPs by net new assets collectively gathered USD2.59 billion at the end of January. The iShares Gold Trust (IAU US) gathered USD597.49 million alone.

 

HANetf’s Medicinal Cannabis Fund (CBDX) passported for distribution in the Netherlands and Finland

 

14th Feb 2020 - 4:28pm

HANetf’s Medicinal Cannabis Fund (CBDX) passported for distribution in the Netherlands and Finland

HANetf, Europe’s first ‘white label’ ETF issuer, has registered its landmark medical cannabis ETF for sale in the Netherlands and Finland. 

CBDX – The Medical Cannabis and Wellness UCITS ETF - was launched in January 2020 on XETRA and the London Stock Exchange with Purpose Investments as sponsor.

CBDX provides investors with the opportunity to gain exposure to a basket of carefully vetted companies that have high exposure to the medicinal cannabis, hemp and cannabinoids (CBD) industry. It is the only UCITS ETF which is providing this level of targeted exposure.

The fund tracks a rules-based Medical Cannabis and Wellness Equity Index from Solactive, consisting of publicly listed companies conducting legal business activities in the medical cannabis, hemp and CBD industries. The methodology uses a rigorous and multi-tiered screening process to identify and exclude companies that are involved in the adult-use Cannabis market.

CBDX is constantly monitored to ensure that it remains focused exclusively on stocks that are dedicated to the medical cannabis market. Companies that have retail cannabis exposure are screened out.

The sponsor of CBDX is Purpose Investments of Canada. Purpose is a highly innovative fund management business with over USD8 billion in assets under management (as of January 2020). In 2017, Purpose Investments launched a cannabis fund in Canada (the Purpose Marijuana Opportunities Fund), and have a deep understanding of this exciting, high growth industry sector.

Nawan Butt, Portfolio Manager at Purpose Investments, says: “The launch of CBDX in the UK and Germany comes at a time when the sell-off in cannabis stocks has created new value and a new entry point for investors interested in this sector. Medicinal stocks in this sector are again showing value against long term growth targets. We expect to see further deregulation of medical cannabis products and additional take up within the healthcare sector in the near future, which will drive prices.”

Ignatius Faisal, Director of Product Management at HANetf, adds:
“While the North American ETF market is well-served with products that track cannabis indexes, this is the first and currently only UCITS ETF authorised for distribution in the European market. With the addition of the Netherlands and Finland as markets for distribution, more investors will be able to access the fast-developing medical cannabis story.”
 

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Gold Miners Index: The Long-Term Chart Continues To Improve

 

It’s been an uneventful start to the year for the Gold Miners Index (GDX), as the ETF is down 3% year-to-date, and has traded in a tight range since the beginning of 2020. This shouldn’t be surprising given last year’s

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Why Natural Gas Will Test it’s March 2016 Low

 

Expectations for a withdrawal of 118 bcf Natural gas continued to grind lower A blow-off low is necessary to bring volatility back and inject fear Natural gas continued its descent as the price moved below the $1.80 level over recent

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Is Now the Opportune Time to Buy Silver?

 

Just 9 short days ago your friendly Gold Enthusiast advised that he’s waiting for signs of an uptrend before buying into silver. Just exactly what that means might be up for debate; usually, an uptrend requires starting from a decent base

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Will Crude Oil Hold $50 or Continue Lower?

 

Oil plunges 24.9% is under one month NYMEX crude oil futures fall to new lows on calm in the Middle East and Coronavirus- OPEC is in the background A level to watch on the downside at the end of March

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Silver: Bullish Bets Continue To Stack Up

 

It’s been a tough start to the month for silver (SLV) with the metal giving up all of January’s advances and sitting near last month’s lows. One would think that this adverse price action might have spooked a few of

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ETF Insight: Tackling the Bank of Japan’s ETF dilemma

 

Japan may be the land of the rising sun but in financial circles it is perhaps best-known as the land of unending QE. Unconventional monetary policies in Japan have gone way beyond just interest rates and government bonds and since 2013 have extended into the area of central bank buying of equities. Specifically, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) took the ...

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The Royal Mint gold ETC lists on LSE

 

The Royal Mint has listed its first gold ETC on the London Stock Exchange via white label platform HANetf. The Royal Mint Physical Gold ETC (RMAU), which is the first gold ETP to be launched by a sovereign mint in Europe, has a total expense ratio (TER) of 0.22%. The physical gold allocated to the ETC will be stored in ...

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Rize kicks off European ETF adventure with double launch

 

Europe’s first specialist thematic ETF issuer Rize ETF has unveiled its first two ETFs offering exposure to cybersecurity and medical cannabis. The Rize Cybersecurity and Data Privacy UCITS ETF (CYBR) is listed on the London Stock Exchange and Xetra with a total expense ratio (TER) of 0.45% while the Rize Medical Cannabis and Life Sciences UCITS ETF (FLWR) is listed ...

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Why has Credit Suisse re-entered the European ETF market?

 

Credit Suisse Asset Management made a surprise re-entrance into the European ETF market last week some seven years after selling its business to BlackRock, however, the big question is why the Swiss firm has chosen this moment to start its ETF adventure once again. In 2012, Credit Suisse put its CHF16bn ETF business, which was the fourth largest in Europe ...

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VanEck lists actively managed emerging market bond ETF

 

VanEck Australia has launched an actively managed emerging market bond ETF. The VanEck Emerging Income Opportunities Active ETF (EBND) will pick emerging market debts and will target a yield of 5%. EBND will be similar to an American mutual fund managed by VanEck’s team in New York, however, EBND will be Australia domiciled, so it will face no US withholding ...

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ETF.com’s Drew Voros Explains Torrid Pace of Bond ETF Inflows

ETF.com’s Drew Voros explains how coronavirus concerns are sparking a flight to safety, with bond ETFs as the recipients.

 

SPDR’s Matt Bartolini on “Mini-SPY”, SDY, & Active Mutual Funds

Matt Bartolini, Head of SPDR Americas Research, explains State Street’s move to offer a second S&P 500 ETF.  Matt also discusses the recent uproar surrounding the SPDR S&P Dividend ETF and the challenges facing active mutual funds.

 

Liquid Strategies’ Brad Ball Highlights Overlay Shares ETFs

Brad Ball, CEO of Liquid Strategies, highlights the Overlay Shares lineup of ETFs which utilize a put spread option strategy to generate additional income.

 

SPDR’s Matt Bartolini on “Mini-SPY”, SDY, & Active Mutual Funds

Matt Bartolini, Head of SPDR Americas Research, explains State Street’s move to offer a second S&P 500 ETF.  Matt also discusses the recent uproar surrounding the SPDR S&P Dividend ETF and the challenges facing active mutual funds.  ETF.com’s Drew Voros talks coronavirus and bond ETF flows.  Liquid Strategies’ Brad Ball highlights the Overlay Shares lineup of ETFs.

 

ETF.com’s Drew Voros Discusses January ETF Flows, Launches

ETF.com’s Drew Voros highlights January ETF flows and offers perspective on the slower pace of ETF launches.

 

Episode #131: David Rosenberg, “If Next Year is Not a Recession, It’s Going to Feel Like It”

 

Episode #131: “If Next Year is Not a Recession, It’s Going to Feel Like It”           Guest: David Rosenberg. David is Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc.’s Chief Economist and Strategist with a focus on providing a top-down perspective to the Firm’s investment process and Asset Mix Committee. Prior to joining Gluskin […]

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Episode #130: Eric Falkenstein, “I Think in the Long Run (Cryptocurrencies) Are Going to Work”

 

Episode #130: “I Think in the Long Run (Cryptocurrencies) Are Going to Work”             Guest: Eric Falkenstein. Eric was a TA for Hyman Minsky, which motivated him to be a macroeconomist. After grad school, he worked at KeyCorp bank in Cleveland, first as an economist, then he set up their […]

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Episode #129: Meb’s Take on Return Expectations, Portfolio Construction, and Practical Market Approaches

 

Episode #129: Meb’s Take on Return Expectations, Portfolio Construction, and Practical Market Approaches Guest: Episode #129 has no guest. It’s a “just Meb” show. Date Recorded: 11/12/18 Sponsor: EquityZen     Run-Time: 1:06:34 To listen to Episode #129 on iTunes, click here To listen to Episode #129 on Stitcher, click here To listen to Episode […]

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Episode #128: Claude Lamoureux, When You Have to Make A Decision, Always Make the One That Will Let You Sleep Better, Not Eat Better

 

Episode #128: When You Have to Make A Decision, Always Make the One That Will Let You Sleep Better, Not Eat Better         Guest: Claude Lamoureux. Claude is an actuary by training, and from 1990 to 2007, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan. Prior to […]

Episode #127: Radio Show: Meb and Elon Musk Talk Shorting… Conflicting U.S. Valuation Indicators… and Listener Q&A

 

Episode #127: Radio Show: Meb and Elon Musk Talk Shorting… Conflicting U.S. Valuation Indicators… and Listener Q&A Guest: Episode #127 has no guest but is co-hosted by Jeff Remsburg. Date Recorded:10/22/18 Run-Time: 1:02:21 To listen to Episode #127 on iTunes, click here To listen to Episode #127 on Stitcher, click here To listen to Episode […]

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Episode #126: Karen Finerman, ‘Out-of-Favorness’ Is Appealing. The Difficult Part is Timing

 

Episode #126: ‘Out-of-Favorness’ Is Appealing. The Difficult Part is Timing             Guest: Karen Finerman. Karen began her career as a trader at First City Capital, a risk arbitrage fund. She later joined Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette where she became Lead Research Analyst for the Risk Arbitrage department. In 1992, she […]

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