ETFs & Funds

Transparency, diversification, and low-cost access to practically any market, sector, or asset class make exchange traded funds highly attractive to investors and traders alike. But, to outperform benchmark index funds, you really need expert guidance and a sound strategy that gets results. Our experts will cover all the bases and provide the tools and knowledge you need to tap into outperforming investments, year in and year out.

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Everything is in interpretation. One great example of this is when Kentucky Fried Chicken started expanding to China in the 1980s. They tried in earnest for a literal translation to Mandarin of their famous slogan: “It’s Finger Lickin’ Good!”, but instead it came out more like “Eat Your Fingers Off!” That doesn’t exactly scream ‘delicious’…unless you’re a cannibal, writes Jason Bodner, editor at Navellier & Associates.
I recently introduced the SPDR Russell 1000 Low Volatility Focus ETF (ONEV), a multi-factor smart beta fund that focused largely on low volatility stocks. Today, I want to introduce you to one of its cousins, another multi-factor smart beta fund with a different core value set: one focused on momentum, the SPDR Russell 1000 Momentum Focus ETF (ONEO), notes Jim Woods, editor of The Deep Woods.
The early action on “Fed Days” like this one doesn’t matter much, since it’s likely to change once we get the news later. But for now, stocks and Treasuries are modestly higher while crude oil is giving back a bit of its recent gains. The dollar, gold, and silver are flattish.
Investors had a lot of headwinds to contend with in the week just passed, from hotter-than-expected readings from two of the three closely followed monthly inflation reports, to a United Auto Workers (UAW) strike at key plants for each of the three US automakers, and the growing likelihood of a US government shutdown by month end, notes Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA Research.
Over the past few years, we've witnessed a significant shift in the world of investing, as retail investors have taken center stage. This transformation has been made possible by a new wave of companies that are using technology to empower individuals to invest like never before. In this article, I’ll introduce you to some of these innovative companies that are reshaping the landscape of retail investing, writes Konstantin Rabin of LearnFX.
Is this the world’s most important trend that no one is talking about, asks JC Parets of
Stocks finished flat yesterday...and they’re starting off flat today. Gold and silver are up just a tad, while the dollar and Treasuries are lower. Crude oil is the real show-stealer, however, rising in the early going (again).
Equities are suffering. Most stocks are breaking lower daily. In fact, our data signals the weakest breadth reading in months, states Lucas Downey of
Technology bears stepped up on Friday against all odds, states Jon Markman, editor of Strategic Advantage.
The stock market has been volatile. It’s been moving up or down primarily in reaction to interest rates and the economy. But the technicals remain bullish, and that’s why we still recommend the S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY), write Mary Anne and Pamela Aden, editors of The Aden Forecast.

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After a super first half of 2023 for stocks, what can we say is a likely future path? How will election-year politics fit in? Where are we in the economic cycle in a world where the world's longest-ever anticipated recession didn't come? With so many people wrong in 2023, will they be similarly wrong in 2024? All this and more with predictions, data, and visuals by Ken Fisher.

2023 has been a roller coaster of a year. With a major election, higher interest rates, AI, & economic uncertainty all playing different roles in the market over the next 15 months, we'll discuss ideas in public markets and alternative investments to power your portfolio in what looks to be another crazy year.
Earlier this year Jonathan Hoenig made a dramatic call on the dollar. Find out how he's playing the recent volatility and learn how you can potentially profit from a bear market in the buck. Mr. Hoenig is a published author, Fox News Contributor, and portfolio manager at

Developed markets have been caught between two forces in 2023, just like Homer's Odysseus. The Scylla of higher inflation/higher interest rates and its negative impacts on some sectors...and the Charybdis of recession worries/global weakness and its negative impacts on others. Homer would have you believe there is no third way. That you can't navigate your way past them without sacrifice. But was he wrong? MoneyShow Editor-in-Chief Mike Larson will share his thoughts—and recommendations—for investors in this presentation.

Despite decelerating inflation, strong economic news has sent Treasury yields soaring. However, we are in a "rolling recovery," since the manufacturing sector is at its lowest level in the past 3 years. As a result, investors need to be invested in the companies with the strongest sales & earnings, as well as positive guidance. Louis will reveal his favorite A-rated stocks, including companies that are benefitting from the AI mania!
This workshop will give investors (conservative, moderate, and aggressive) the 5 simple tools to reset your portfolio for the next leg of the bull market.



In the past decade or so, exchange traded funds have been transformed from obscure institutional trading vehicles to extraordinarily popular investment tools. They now dominate the investing landscape with over 2,000 products available and have empowered investors and traders as never before, enabling them to build highly effective portfolios. Yet there's more to the ETF universe than investors and traders may even know.’s roster of top ETF and ETF-trading experts can show you how to use ETFs to achieve peak results. From factor ETFs to leveraged ETFs to smart-beta ETFs to buffered ETFs, learn how you can use ETFs to effectively transform your own portfolio.

ETFs can provide a cost-effective way to get into areas of the market that are poised to deliver results. Simple portfolio rotation can meet the goals of solid performance with few trades, little time and effort spent analyzing ETFs, and confidence from side-stepping huge drawdowns. Learn proven ETF-trading strategies from some of the top professional traders in the country who consistently achieve stellar results. More than just the very best in ETF picks, you’ll take away real, practical knowledge about how to recognize the best growth, income, and value opportunities, choose the right sectors and asset classes, and know when (and precisely how) to rotate ETF holdings for optimum results through every economic and market cycle.

Whether you are a seasoned ETF investor or just starting to get your feet wet, you can get actionable advice from some of the top names in the industry here.