Q4 Market Outlook: Where to Find Smarter Investment Strategies
With jolts of volatility throughout the first half of the year, investors need to consider smart strategies to adapt to changing conditions in a late business cycle. In this upcoming webcast, State Street Global Advisors and ETF Trends will provide a Q4 market outlook and look to factor-based or alternative indexing methodologies as smarter investment strategies.
Topics will include:
- Current equity and fixed-income market conditions, along with the Q4 market outlook
- Factor-based or so-called smart beta strategies that could act as core holdings in an investment portfolio
- How financial advisors can diversify risk with alternative index-based strategies in their investment portfolio
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Rusty VannemanPresident/Chief Investment Officer
John DaviFounder and Chief Investment Officer
Astoria Portfolio Advisors
Matthew Bartolini, CFAHead of SPDR® Americas Research
State Street Global Advisors
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