Every day in the news we hear about the creation of new products or industries based on innovations in technology, old businesses being disrupted and new ways of doing business. Yet for most of us, investing in such trends, ideas and events is less than straightforward. That’s where exchange-traded funds (ETFs) come in, offering broad market exposure and potentially to companies changing the world. Here we consider some of the major trends making headlines today.
Innovation bubbling away in the world of ETFs
An early 2020 BNY Mellon Asset Servicing ETF survey highlights interesting industry undercurrents that may offer opportunities for issuers and investors alike in the near future.
Finding Wealth-Building Opportunities in a Chaotic Market
Today’s economic environment has prompted credit rating agencies to downgrade a substantial amount of debt from companies.
Every day in the news we hear about the creation of new products or industries based on innovations in technology, old businesses being disrupted and new ways of doing business.
Stephanie Pierce, CEO of ETF, Index and Cash Investment Strategies at BNY Mellon Investment Management and other experts across the firm explain the effect of volatility on ETFs and what discounts and premiums really mean for such products.Download PDF
Weathering the storm:
In mid-April, experts from BNY Mellon Investment Management got together with Stephanie Pierce, CEO of ETF, Index and Cash Investment Strategies at BNY Mellon Investment Management to discuss recent market developments and how the ETF industry may have changed as a result.Download PDF
Historically Speaking, Time is On Your Side
A true long-term investment perspective should include both the future and the past.Download PDF
Five past bear markets and what they taught us
As the coronavirus health crisis causes markets to plunge across the globe, we are once again in a bear market, or a market that has fallen at least 20% since its peak.Download PDF
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