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    An ETF To Protect Your Portfolio? Goldman Sachs Has a Product For You

    Benzinga - 07/18/2022

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc is launching a brand new fund aimed at investors looking to play defense in a volatile stock market. What Happened: In a new prospectus filed with the SEC, the company outlined plans for its Goldman Sachs Defensive Equity ETF. According to the filing, the fund will be designed to achieve long-term capital growth while maintaining lower volatility than equity markets.

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  • TD Ameritrade: Todd Rosenbluth on Low-Vol ETFs & Income

    ETF Database - 11/30/2022

    VettaFi head of research Todd Rosenbluth appeared on the TD Ameritrade Network’s The Watch List program Wednesday to talk about how investors have thought about risk and income in 2022 going into 2023.

  • Why This Low Vol ETF Is So Popular

    ETF Database - 11/29/2022

    It has paid to take on less risk in 2022. The Invesco S&P 500 Low Volatility ETF (SPLV A+) was down just 4.1% year-to-date through November 25, comparing favorably to the 14% decline for the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY A). But unlike the market-cap weighted SPY, the securities inside smart-beta ETFs like SPLV regularly change.

  • Chart of the Week: Advisors Seek Downside Protection

    ETF Database - 11/17/2022

    Even as the U.S. equity markets have partially recovered in the past month, advisors are still in defensive mode. After some strong calendar years, the S&P 500 Index was recently down 16% and is more likely than not to finish in the red for 2022. 

  • ETF Prime: Rosenbluth and Geraci Talk Cramer Vs. Cramer

    ETF Database - 10/11/2022

    On the latest episode of ETF Prime, Nate Geraci and VettaFi’s head of research Todd Rosenbluth discussed recent filings for two ETFs based on stock picks from CNBC personality Jim Cramer and offered perspective on 2022 ETF flows. BlackRock’s Woodham and MSCI’s Rao went in-depth on minimum volatility strategies, while Distillate Capital’s Tom Cole spotlighted his firm’s unique approach to value investing.

  • Nadig on ETF IQ: Where Money Goes in Troubled Times

    ETF Database - 10/10/2022

    VettaFi Financial Futurist Dave Nadig appeared on Bloomberg’s ETF IQ to discuss the troubled markets, where flows are going, ESG, and more.

  • Turbulent September Markets Put ETF Investors on Defense

    BY Ryan Jackson, Morningstar - 10/03/2022

  • Yahoo Finance: Rosenbluth Talks Risk-Conscious ETFs

    ETF Database - 09/14/2022

    Markets tanked yesterday on the release of August’s consumer price index report that revealed a 0.1% month-over-month rise in broad inflation in August on expectations of a decline, with core CPI (excluding food and gas) gaining 0.6% over the same period. Todd Rosenbluth, head of research at VettaFi, appeared on Yahoo Finance’s “ETF Report” to discuss risk-conscious investing options for advisors in a volatile market.

  • THOR Hammers Down on Low Volatility With New Fund

    ETF Database - 09/13/2022

    THOR Financial Technologies today announced the launch of its first exchange traded fund, the THOR Low Volatility ETF THLV, an actively managed low-volatility equity strategy on the New York Stock Exchange. The introduction of THOR’s low-volatility strategy as an ETF brings the firm’s proprietary risk management technology to the masses, seeking to provide investment results that generally correspond, before fees and expenses, to the performance of the THOR U.S. Low Volatility Index.

  • ETF Prime: Tom Hendrickson on S&P 500 Concentration

    ETF Database - 09/06/2022

    In the latest episode of ETF Prime, VettaFi’s chief product and innovation officer Tom Hendrickson and host Nate Geraci discuss advisor concerns regarding the top-heaviness of major indices and highlight ETF segments that stand to benefit including equally-weighted products. Hendrickson also examines low and minimum-volatility ETFs. MIAX’s Tom Jarck goes in-depth on the recently launched ConvexityShares ETFs, which provide long volatility exposure.

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