Using Low-Volume ETFs For Maximum Impact and Minimum Cost
November 07, 2012
2:00-3:00 p.m. EST
Moderator: Ray Fazzi, Senior Editor,
Financial Advisor and Private Wealth magazines
Advisors are increasingly using low-volume ETFs-those that trade less than 150,000 shares daily and/or with wider spreads-to gain rapid access to market subsectors and to hedge.
This complimentary webinar will explore the benefits of using low-volume ETFs in client portfolios and provide advisors with insight on the ideal conditions for trading low-liquidity ETFs.
- Using low-volume ETFs to access subsectors, ranging from biotech companies to oil drillers to volatility indexes.
- Popular low-voluem ETFs across a variety of subsectors, ranging from the Peritus High Yiedl ETF (HYLD) and the SPDR Barclays Capital International Treasury Bond ETF to the PowerShares Water Resources ETF (PHO).
- Examples of low-volume ETFs that advisors are using as hedges.
- Why overwhelming the market with a large order, using the wrong venues or even executing at the wrong time of day can significantly increase the cost of a transaction.
This program is Accepted for 1 CFP® Board CE Credit
and 1 CE hour toward the CIMA®/CIMC®/CPWA® designations