Strategies for Efficient Broad Market Exposure
All-time highs for major stock benchmarks, tight credit spreads and low volatility signal serenity ahead. However, in 2020 the margin for error — and opportunity — will likely be as small as it’s been in a long time.
With this backdrop, it’s important to have choices to build a solid core portfolio. In this upcoming webcast, State Street Global Advisors and ETF Trends will look at market trends, what to look out for in 2020 and how you can construct your portfolio with low-cost strategies that help financial advisors gain efficient broad market exposure.
Why costs matter when constructing an investment portfolio
Benefits of low-cost ETFs and which ones to use for a given situation
How financial advisors can incorporate low-cost ETFs in a diversified portfolio
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Vito Sciaraffia, Ph.D.
Chief Investment Officer
Mike Dickson, Ph.D.
Head of Portfolio Management
Robert Forsyth III
Head of SPDR® Americas Client Enablement Group
State Street Global Advisors
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