Put the Gig Economy to Work in Your Portfolio

In an evolving market, more workers are taking advantage of the "side-hustle,” or the rapidly growing gig economy that is changing the way we define the traditional workplace. In this upcoming webcast, SoFi and ETF Trends will explore the growth of the gig economy and explore ways financial advisors can diversify investments into this up-and-coming industry.

August 15, 2019
11am PST | 2pm EST
1 CE Credit
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Tom Lydon, CEO of ETF Trends moderates a discussion on:

  • Define and explain what the gig economy is
  • How the workforce and consumers have adopted the gig economy
  • A targeted fund strategy that is designed to capture the exposure to the economic shift toward gig-oriented companies
  • How financial advisors can diversify their portfolios with a gig economy-themed investment strategy

Not 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.


Michael Venuto

Chief Investment Officer
Toroso Investments

David Dziekanski

Portfolio Manager
Toroso Advisors

Samuel Nofzinger, CFA

Trading and Investment Manager

Stephen Sikes

VP, Business Lead, Invest

Tom Lydon

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An Investment in the fund involves risk including possible loss of principal.