Semi-Transparent ETFs - Guarding the 'Secret Sauce'
Ed Rosenberg, Head of ETFs at American Century Investments offers insight into the semi-transparent active ETF structure and considers how Precidian's structure can provide asset managers with the ability to generate returns.
Semi-transparent Active ETFs
Ed Rosenberg, Head of Exchange Traded Funds at American Century Investments, offers insight into the semi-transparent active ETF structure. He discusses how Precidian's structure can provide asset managers with the ability to generate excess return and how semi-transparent ETFs can be incorporated into American Century’s suite of ETFs. For Financial Professional Use Only / Not for distribution to the public.
Diversify to defend against portfolio drawdowns
A diversified portfolio doesn't always work when things are going great – like in the rising stock market for the first three quarters of 2018. But, Josh Kutin cautions, you never know what’s going to happen.
Economist Perspective: Market Challenges
2019: Another year of policy uncertainty and high volatility for major markets? From interest rates to equities, Blu Putnam, CME Group Chief Economist previews key challenges facing major asset classes this year.
Market of the Week with Dan Gramza: Australian Dollar
The markets are waiting on cues from the FOMC this week. Using technical and fundamental data from daily and weekly charts, Dan Gramza, discusses how the direction of the U.S. dollar could impact the Aussie dollar.
Economist Perspective: Will The Fed Hold, Raise or Cut Rates?
After multiple interest rate hikes, could the Fed resort to cutting rates next? Fed fund futures are showing there is a 24% chance of an interest-rate cut in January 2020. Blu Putnam, CME Group Chief Economist discusses why the Fed may be at a crossroads when it comes to their 2019-2020 rate hike path.
Striking Options: Global Crude Demand and Trade Tariffs
What is China’s weak export data revealing about crude oil? Jeff Kilburg, CEO of KKM Financial and Bob Iaccino, Chief Market Strategist for Path Trading Partners discuss if crude oil is a new proxy for U.S. equities.
Market of the Week: Copper
Base metals like copper, hurt by latest round of Chinese export data Dan Gramza, President of Gramza Capital Management, Inc., analyzes the March Copper futures contract. Using technical and fundamental data from daily and weekly charts, he discusses how downward pressure on copper is part of a wider pressure felt in commodities.
Market Movers: January Crop Report
Friday’s release of three key agricultural reports (WASDE, Crop Production, and Grain Stocks) all delayed amid U.S. government shutdown. Dave Hightower, Founding Principal of The Hightower Report, and Dan Basse, President of AgResource Company discuss the importance of USDA reports and why an extended delay in data adds another layer of uncertainty for farmers and investors.
Phase Transitions: Major Changes for Markets to Navigate
Phase Transitions & Markets In this video Blu Putnam, CME Group Chief Economist says markets will have to navigate through a series of multiple phase transitions in 2019. He explains these transitions and the challenges they pose to already volatile markets.
Striking Options: Earnings Season Starts and Crude Oil Rallies
Supply vs. Demand: Oil Volatility Persists Jeff Kilburg, CEO of KKM Financial and Scott Bauer, CEO of Prosper Trading Academy, LLC discuss the oil-equities relationship and how both markets are responding in tandem to global and domestic events.
Economist Perspective: The Three Phases of Event Risk
The nature of event risk has changed since the Great Recession. As event risks enter phase three, what’s at stake in 2019? In this video Blu Putnam, CME Group Chief Economist examines the three phases of event risk since the Great Recession and discusses why event risk outcomes in the current third stage could be dragged out in 2019.