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Why Real Estate ETFs Now?

Is now the time to invest in real estate?

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ETF 101: Back to Basics

Diving into the wonderful world of exchange-traded funds can be daunting.

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Has Volatility Met Its Match: A Case for Dividend Growth Investing

Faced with ongoing political uncertainty, corporate earnings pressure and more, the bull market of the past decade seems to be showing signs of increasing uncertainty.

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Growing But Slowing: Investing in the Late Cycle

Almost 10 years ago, markets began rising out of the deep trough dug by the Global Financial Crisis. W

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How To Manage Market Volatility With Macro-Themed ETFs

Increased volatility in 2018 and macro uncertainty, which has affected a large swath of asset classes, has investors looking for new solutions. Can macro-themed ETFs provide a way for investors to take advantage of relative-value strategies in the medium term?

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Is 2019 the Year for Emerging Markets and China?

This year, emerging market (EM) assets have witnessed a large sell-off due to many factors, such as the growing strength of the dollar, trade war tensions and their impact on the global economy. However, Chinese markets were spared the worst of the sell-offs, and have shown more resilience than smaller EM countries. Some EM analysts see the dip as a major investment opportunity, and many exchange-traded fund investors continue to invest into the developing economies.

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iShares Factor Webinar Series: Part 3

Sara Shores CFA, Head of Investment Strategy for the Factor-Based Strategy Group 
Joseph Nelesen PhD, iShares Smart Beta Strategist for Institutional and Latin America 

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Positioning for Rising Rates with Fixed-Income ETFs

With the Federal Reserve’s most recent rate hike pushing the fed fund rate to between 2% and 2.25%, and the projections for another rate hike in December, navigating the fixed-income ETF marketplace looks challenging. This webinar will feature experts at First Trust and Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM), and BNY Mellon on ways to navigate the current environment for today and tomorrow.