Put Financial Science to Work for Your Clients
Indexing has its benefits—including broad diversification, greater transparency, and lower costs. But trying to closely track a commercial index also creates constraints that can limit your return potential. There may be a better way to invest—one that combines the benefits of indexing with the opportunity to outperform benchmarks.
In this upcoming webcast, join Gerard O’Reilly, Co-CEO at Dimensional and Tom Lydon, CEO of ETF Trends, for a discussion on Dimensional's signature approach to factor-based investing.
During the webcast, they will cover:
- ETF strategies designed to enhance client portfolios and support long-term investment objectives
- How Dimensional uses market information and research insights to target securities with higher expected returns while managing risks and costs
- The potential advantages of staying flexible in all aspects of implementation, including portfolio design, daily management, and trading
NOT accepted for one hour of CFP/CIMA CE credit for live and on-demand attendees
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Gerard O’ReillyCo-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer
Dimensional Fund Advisors
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ETFs trade like stocks, fluctuate in market value, and may trade either at a premium or discount to their net asset value. ETF shares trade at market price and are not individually redeemable with the issuing fund, other than in large share amounts called creation units. ETFs are subject to risks similar to those of stocks, including those regarding short-selling and margin account maintenance. Ordinary broker commissions may apply. Risks include loss of principal and fluctuating value.