The ETF Show - Investing During Volatile Times
Marc Zeitoun, COO of North America and Head of Strategic Beta at Columbia Threadneedle, discusses how investors are reacting to all the market volatility and what Columbia is doing to help advisors. Craig Lazzara, Managing Director and Head of Index Investment Strategy at S&P Dow Jones Indices, also talks about liquidity, the bear market, and how today’s environment compares to history.
Record Speed to a Bear Market
Jeff Schulze of ClearBridge Investments describes the velocity of the selloff that took markets from their peaks to a bear market in just 21 days.
Finding Opportunity Amid Volatility in Fixed Income
TCW Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Bryan Whalen discusses how TCW is managing through and finding opportunities amid current market volatility.
Cumberland Advisors on Coronavirus Volatility
Matt McAleer of Cumberland Advisors describes how panic indicators are going off and Coronavirus is sparking historic market volatility. He also weighs in on the oil price war, dislocations, and how to adjust strategies to clients' needs.
Analyzing the Coronavirus Market Rout
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, calls in to CNBC after the worst day for stocks since the 1987 crash. As markets wake up to the economic contagion from COVID-19, he discusses liquidity issues and calls for much more monetary and fiscal support. Read "The Butterfly Effect"
The ETF Show - Riding Out Volatility
Wild swings in the market can sway emotions and drive investment decisions. Daniel Krause, Partner at Counterpoint Mutual Funds examines minimizing behavioral biases investing. Brian Lockwood, Senior Portfolio Manager at ClearShares takes a look at alternative sources of return generation.
How Coronavirus Might Impact Your Portfolio
Marc Odo, Client Portfolio Manager at Swan Global Investments, discusses the recent volatility amid growing Coronavirus concerns and explains what this might mean for long-term investors.
Fixed-Income Investing in an Election Year
Political changes can create volatility in the bond market, notes Gene Tannuzzo. This is why it’s important for fixed income investors to have a risk-balanced portfolio that can adapt to changing risks.
Coronavirus: Investing Wisely in a Time of Uncertainty
Coronavirus-driven market volatility is likely to be temporary, says Colin Moore, though there are short-term risks, particularly around the liquidity of individuals and some corporations.
Famous Wall Street Trader Reflects on Worst Week for Stocks Since 2008 Crisis
Quattro Securities Broker Peter Tuchman shares the latest from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during what's shaping up to be the worst week for stocks since the Financial Crisis. The most-photographed trader on Wall Street has witnessed a lot of historic moments, but he says the fast and furious Coronavirus selling has led to the speediest correction he's ever seen, with stocks tumbling more than 10% from their recent highs.
How to Avoid Dividend Cuts
Part of a successful dividend investing strategy is avoiding companies that cut their dividends. In this video, senior portfolio manager Scott Davis explains how he identifies those companies that may be likely to slash dividend payments. Davis focuses on three things: free cash flow coverage of the dividend; the health of the company’s balance sheet; and the degree of volatility in the stock’s price.
The ETF Show - Innovative Strategies
The search for portfolio hedges that mitigate volatility require risk management and may benefit from innovative strategies. Nancy Davis, Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer at Quadratic Capital Management LLC, examines the interest rate environment OTC and the fixed income options market. Susan Avarde, Co-Founder at Brandometry takes a look at strong brands whose latent value has yet to be realized in their stock price.