ETF Trends publisher Tom Lydon spoke with Sylvia Jablonski, Managing Director, Head of Capital, Markets and Institutional Strategy at Direxion, at Inside ETFs conference that ran Jan. 22-25, 2017.
Jablonski spoke about the opportunities and risks advisors are talking about under the Trump administration.
Where Some Investors See Trouble, Others See Opportunity
What’s the single best word to describe the investment outlook for 2017? “Uncertain” might be the most accurate. Depending on whom you ask, either a 10-year bull market is underway or a pullback is just around the corner. Clearly, no one knows exactly what the new year will bring. Here’s the good news: Uncertainty doesn’t have to be an investor’s enemy.
“We’ve been talking with the most sophisticated asset managers on the Street and if one thing seems clear, it’s that the message is at minimum mixed. There is uncertainty,” says Sylvia Jablonski, managing director and head of capital markets and institutional strategy at Direxion Investments. The company specializes in leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds.
Still, there are some near-certainties for investors to consider.