The ETF Show — Where Might the Market Go Next?

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After a week of volatility, investors are considering the implications. Are we about to see a long fall for the stock market, or is this just a dip in the incline? Investment professionals discuss their outlooks while we wait to see what happens.

In Episode XIV we feature:
  1. Direxion: Downturn Could be Opportunity
  2. CFRA: ETFs Help Harness a Bifurcated Market
  3. Simpler trading: Some Retail Money Flowing In
  4. Dechert: ETFs Launching Despite Market Uncertainty

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The ETF Show


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NYSE has sponsored this production by Asset TV for illustrative, informational and/or educational purposes only, without regard to any particular investor’s objectives, financial situation or circumstances. NYSE neither represents nor warrants the accuracy or correctness of any of the statements in the production, which has been independently assembled by Asset TV and with whom sole editorial control rests. NYSE makes no recommendation as to possible benefits from any securities or trading strategies, and this production is not a recommendation, offer, or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security, or engage in any trading strategy. Prior to the execution of a purchase or sale of any security, you are advised to consult with your own advisors.