WEBCASTS

Don’t Let Your Cash Get “Swept” Away

In late cycle “toppy” markets, many investors instinctively turn to traditional cash investments to seek safety and wait out the storm. But too often investors over-allocate to inefficient products and under-estimate the time horizon of the investment. In this webcast, PIMCO and ETF Trends will explore an alternative approach to liquidity tiering, uncover opportunities at the front end of the curve, and help investors manage portfolio volatility without giving up the prospect of attractive risk-adjusted returns.

November 20, 2019
11am PST | 2pm EST
1 CE Credit
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SUMMARY

Join Jerome Schneider and Tom Lydon as they discuss:

  • Why cash is an asset allocation, not an afterthought
  • Compelling curve opportunities for investors in short-term bond markets
  • Potential benefits of active short-duration bonds over traditional cash investments in exchange for a modest increase in risk
  • A closer look at the short-term active ETF solution, MINT, the largest active ETF in the industry

Accepted for one hour of CFP/CIMA CE credit for live and on-demand attendees

CFA Institute members are encouraged to self-document their continuing professional development activities in their online CE tracker.

SPEAKERS

Jerome Schneider

Head of Short-Term Portfolio Management
PIMCO

Tom Lydon

CEO
ETF Trends

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Please note that this webcast is open to institutional investors and investment professionals only

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