ETF Guide 2016

The world of exchange-traded funds just keeps getting larger and more complex. Investment Executive’s ETF Guide for Financial Advisors 2016 explores income-focused ETFs, sample portfolios for clients young and old, the role of robo-advisors and much more.

April 24, 2016

Filling gaps in the market

RBC started small with just a couple of ETFs. Not, it is moving ahead at full throttle.

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From the editor

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A great marriage

Robo-advisors are expected to add more sophisticated ETFs to their product lineups as the ETF industry continues to expand

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The ETF club gets new members

Financial services firms large and small are moving into the field, which means more choice for your clients

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Portfolios for different seasons

Food for thought for two investors with dissimilar needs and goals, from two ETF experts

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Opening a new channel

A solution to prepare mutual fund dealers to handle ETFs may be at hand

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Taking a global view

The popularity of international ETFs is growing rapidly as investors look for greener investment pastures

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Squeezing out more income

Some income-focused ETFs have adopted sophisticated methods - such as put and call options - to improve returns

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The hungry market

Investors are hankering for the taste of Exchange-traded funds, and the industry is happy to oblige with a buffet of new products

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Keeping it simple

Embrace indexing in its purest form. Three ETFs with broad market exposure should do the trick

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