Inside ETFs 2016 In Pictures

Check out the photos from this year’s Inside ETF Conference in Hollywood, Florida.

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(Photos by Sara Hougan)

Chris Hempstead, head of ETF Sales for KCG, kicked off Sunday with his talk "Adding Liquidity: How (& Why) APs Work with New Issuers."

Inside ETFs' new digital registration kept lines short. ETF.com's Cinthia Murphy shows an attendee how easy it is to use.

Sunday's NFC Championship game party was held poolside.

Attendees pour into Monday's morning session.

Vanguard CEO William McNabb started Monday with his talk, "The Future of Financial Advice."

Free shoeshines (sponsored by Bloomberg Tradebook) were one of the many perks of the exhibition hall.

PowerShares offered attendees the chance to experience the thrill of speed with its auto-racing simulator.

 

FactSet's Dave Nadig, left, and ETF.com's Matt Hougan delivering their annual state of the ETF industry talk.

Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital gave his much-anticipated "The Outlook for the U.S. Economy" keynote on Monday and it wasn't a rosy forecast.

Freakonomics' Stephen Dubner's keynote during Monday's lunch dove into incentives and the economy.

Shundrawn Thomas, managing director and head of the Exchange Traded Funds group for Northern Trust, giving his TED-style talk, "True Lies: Why Purpose & Persistence Trump Price & Performance."

Paul Baiocchi, director of Sector Investment Strategy at Fidelity, also delivered a TED-style talk: "2016: The Year that ETFs Go From Wall Street to Main Street."

Morgan Creek Capital Management Founder Mark Yusko offered up his "10 Bold Financial Predictions for 2016" keynote.

Robert O'Neill, former Navy SEAL and co-founder of Your Grateful Nation, which provides individualized transition support for Special Operations heroes and their families, gave a stirring keynote on the rigors of life as a Navy SEAL and the plight some military veterans face.

Jeremy Siegel, the Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at The Wharton School, made his case for why the bull market in stocks will continue despite the bearish sentiment pervading markets.

Lunchtime at Inside ETFs is always a good time.

John Mauldin, New York Times best-selling author and publisher of Thoughts from the Frontline, a widely read investment newsletter, delivered Tuesday's lunch keynote.

Josh Brown, aka "The Reformed Broker" and CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, gave an entertaining keynote on how advisors can use social media to build their practices.

Rebirth Brass Band, a Grammy-Award-Winning jazz band, brought a touch of New Orleans to South Florida at Tuesday night's party.