Shilling: Consumers Aside - US Economy in Recession
Gary Shilling, economist and President of A. Gary Shilling & Co., examines the economic and investment landscape as we head into year-end. Ahead of an election year in the U.S. the headwinds and tailwinds are scrutinized with a look at the American consumer and a quick glance at century bonds.
Kevin O'Leary Live on LinkedIn with Asset TV
Kevin O'Leary, ABC Shark Tank star and Chairman of O'Leary Ventures, joins Asset TV live on LinkedIn for a discussion about investing in watches, wine, and companies led by women. During this 45-minute conversation, he also covers politics, the economy, big tech, the trade war, and entrepreneurship.
After the Fed: Fixed Income Outlook
The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates for the third time in 2019. Global markets digested the implications of the decision as the central bank signaled a pause from further reductions. Collin Martin, Managing Director and Fixed Income Strategist at Schwab Center for Financial Research (SCFR) offers his outlook for the fixed income market.
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.
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.