Robos are going to be a continued catalyst for growth in the industry, says Dodd Kittsley, head of ETF strategy and national accounts at Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.
How ETFs and Robo Innovations are Changing Distribution
Robos can give ETF providers brand new channels to distribute products and access new investors, says Dodd Kittsley, head of ETF strategy and national accounts at Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.
Bank stocks are generating buzz among investors and if rates rise, the outlook is even better. Here are the best-performing funds with a concentration in banking. Read More »
Robos don't have to be based on ETFs, says Naureen Hassan, head of Schwab's Intelligent Portfolios. "It can be mutual funds, individual securities -- whatever we want it to be, because it is a technology platform." Read More »
Given the potential for further ECB easing combined with Federal Reserve tightening in the near future, European stocks could perform well in the months ahead. Here are some European ETF choices for advisors and clients who favor dividend-paying equities. Read More »
The hefty penalty is one result of an SEC investigation into performance claims of the AlphaSector ETF-linked strategy. Read More »
Using stop-loss market orders can backfire during extreme market swings. Stop-loss limit orders may offer a better approach. Read More »
Dan Draper, managing director of global ETFs at Invesco PowerShares, acknowledges there is a synergy between the popularity of ETFs and the rise of robo advisors. Read More »
Currency-hedged ETFs give advisors lacking experience in this area an option. Read More »
The market has seen 200 ETF launches this year, more than ever before, Bloomberg reports. But only 20 new funds have managed to gather at least $50 million in assets. Read More »
Goldman Sachs, rarely thought of as a low-cost option, is seeking to be just that with a new line of exchange-traded funds. Read More »
Market corrections provide an opportunity to rebalance into equities at lower prices and glean dividend income. Read More »
Index funds, robo advisors and likely Labor Department regulations are all putting pressure on the traditional 1% AUM fee model. Read More »
The glitch's impact is widespread. Prudential, for instance, says 40 of its more than 60 funds were affected. Read More »
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