Navigating Current Markets and Dividend Investment Strategies

Recent markets have proved one point very clearly: there are winning companies, and losing companies. So how do you maintain exposure while focussing on high-quality companies for the long term? High-quality balance sheets that support consistent dividends is one answer. In this upcoming webcast, FlexShares and ETF Trends will offer insights on how to identify quality dividends.

June 25, 2020
11am PT | 2pm ET
1 CE Credit
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Join Dave Nadig, CIO of ETF Trends and ETF Database as he moderates a discussion on:

  • An overview of the current markets
  • Understanding quality dividends in today's market
  • The potential benefits of focusing on quality dividends over various market environments
  • Outline FlexShare's Quality Dividend ETF suite
  • How financial advisors can incorporate a quality dividend strategy into a diversified investment portfolio

NOT accepted for one hour of CFP/CIMA CE credit for live and on-demand attendees.

This complimentary webcast is for financial professionals only and is closed to the public.

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


Meggan Friedman

Senior Investment Sales Strategist
Northern Trust Asset Management

Dave Nadig

CIO, Director of Research
ETF Trends and ETF Database

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All investments involve risk, including possible loss of principal. Funds’ returns may not match returns of their respective indexes. Risks include fluctuation of yield, income, interest rate, non-diversification, asset class and market.