The Natixis Seeyond International Minimum Volatility ETF (MVIN) seeks to minimize risk while enhancing portfolio diversification.
A look at how some exchange traded fund professionals are analyzing and managing COVID-19 market turbulence and volatility risk.
Insights into how ETF trading volumes and pricing have been affected by COVID-19 market volatility.
Actively-managed minimum volatility ETFs can help buffer portfolios from market turbulence without sacrificing performance during more normalized periods.
When it comes to managing volatility risk in portfolios, investors may want to consider a counterintuitive look at how strategies track their index.
Short-duration fixed income ETFs have the potential to deliver portfolios risk-managed alpha in down markets.
Natixis and NYSE have filed with the SEC to launch an active non-transparent ETF strategy.
Recent regulatory approvals promise new evolutions in the ETF space.
Initial regulatory approvals for active non-transparent solutions are paving the way for innovations in exchange-traded funds.
Portfolio Manager Jack Janasiewicz considers how trade tensions and recession risks might affect equities, emerging markets, and fixed income next year.
A look at non-transparent ETFs, direct indexing, and fixed income ETF strategies with Nick Elward, Head of Business Development and ETFs at Natixis.
A look at the similarities and differences between passive, smart beta, and active ETFs.
Uncovering the potential for manager risk in smart beta indexing approaches.
How exchange traded funds (ETFs) work and what they can provide portfolios.
As an active international minimum volatility ETF, Seeyond’s MVIN could help prepare your portfolio for the next market cycle.
Transaction costs for exchange-traded funds include the spread. Here’s how this figure is defined and calculated.
Comparing the benefits and risks of three investment vehicles that investors can consider when planning for short-term expenses.
How selecting smart beta strategies with active oversight and implementation in volatile markets may help manage risk.
A look at the current state of the exchange-traded fund market and evolutions in fixed-income exchange-traded funds
Investors in both passive and active ETF strategies will want to remain mindful of interest rate and volatility risk though the remainder of the year.
When considering ETFs, know how premium/discount is calculated — and look at other factors
Evidence suggests that investors are not rational actors and may need help managing their emotions in volatile markets.
A discussion of strategies available to investors looking to manage volatility risk while taking advantage of growth opportunities that can result from market movements.
Investors interested in strategies designed to withstand volatile and declining equity markets may want to consider minimum volatility exchange-traded funds.