Historically, overnight markets have demonstrated a tendency to outperform daytime trading sessions. This is called the “Night Effect.” NightShares’ ETFs help investors capture value from the Night Effect in US large cap and small cap equity.
In this episode, Douglas Yones, Head of Exchange Traded Products at the New York Stock Exchange, talks to Bruce Lavine, Founder and CEO of NightShares, about night trading sessions and their place as a unique option in an investment portfolio.
Douglas and Bruce discuss:
Interesting findings from NightShares’ research about day and night trading
How investing in night sessions can provide equal or greater investment opportunities compared to day sessions
Who is the target audience for NightShares’ ETFs — NSPY and NIWM
ERShares has been running a range of award-winning investment solutions across SMAs, mutual funds, and ETFs. Its founder Dr. Joel Shulman has contributed to the formation of a proprietary investment model and the Entrepreneur Factor®.
In this episode, Douglas Yones, Head of Exchange Traded Products at the New York Stock Exchange, speaks with Dr. Joel Shulman, Founder, CEO and CIO of ERShares, on ETF investment options for the modern investor.
Douglas and Joel discuss:
Joel’s journey from entering the financial industry to launching two new ETFs
The significance of the Entrepreneurial Factor®
How ERShares’ ETFs differ from other investment solutions
Opportunities within the current investment market (especially in light of high inflation)
Though Simplify may be a young company, its leadership team brings decades of ETF experience and investment expertise through an advisor-focused platform. Simplify’s mission is clear: Build innovative portfolio building blocks, designed to directly solve today’s most pressing portfolio challenges.
In this episode, Douglas Yones, Head of Exchange Traded Products at the New York Stock Exchange, is joined by Brian Kelleher, Chief Revenue Officer at Simplify Asset Management, to discuss Simplify’s ETF lineup, as well as the support and education available to advisors via their Advisor Hub platform.
Douglas and Brian discuss:
The origins of Simplify
The challenges faced by advisors in 2022
A new way to focus on the building blocks of a portfolio
The biggest opportunities within the current ETF market
Janus Henderson is a global asset manager with over 360 billion in assets under management. Today’s round table discussion with the team from Janus Henderson touches on different areas of the ETF market and how they have been impacted by recent inflation.
In this episode, Douglas Yones, Head of Exchange Traded Products at the New York Stock Exchange, is joined by the leadership team of Janus Henderson: Nick Cherney, Head of Exchange Traded Products; John Kerschner, Portfolio Manager for JAAA CLO ETF; Greg Kuhl, Portfolio Manager for JRE US Real Estate ETF; and Tim Gerrard, Portfolio Manager for the Net Zero Transition Resources ETF JZRO.
Douglas, Nick, John, Greg, and Tim discuss:
What should financial advisors focus on right now
How to think about the role of bonds in an inflationary environment
How adding real estate investments can benefit portfolios during inflationary markets
The impact of inflation on net zero transition resource companies
As advisors and investors continue to seek global investment opportunities, the DWS lineup of ETFs can help to reduce volatility from currency fluctuations.
In this episode, Douglas Yones, Head of Exchange Traded Products at the New York Stock Exchange, is joined by Arne Noack, Head of Systematic Investment Solutions, Americas at DWS Group. Listen in as they discuss today’s market volatility, how to find opportunities for long term portfolios, and how ETFs can offer currency diversification alongside global investment capability.
Douglas and Arne discuss:
The evolution of DWS’s ETF line-up and its unique value proposition.
Many of the biggest challenges for advisors in today’s markets.
How international investments and foreign currency fluctuation can impact the risk of a portfolio.
Current opportunities that advisors can seize today.