Dr ETF, In some of your previous blog posts, for example here you mention “futures”. I’ve heard about this before, but I can’t say I’ve ever really understood it properly. Can you help? Future Curious
Dr ETF, Thanks for the your initial post introducing asset allocation to me in layman’s terms. I’m starting to get to grips with it. But now let’s get practical. How can I use ASX-traded funds to implement the allocation, once decided? Whimsical Allocation
Dr ETF I don’t understand asset allocation in any but the simplest of terms. Could you explain to me why I should allocate across different asset classes and regions? Regards Whimsical Allocation
Dr ETF, I am trying to carefully build a nest egg. I understand I need to be at least partially invested in a diversified portfolio of stocks, but I find the level of volatility… uncomfortable. I’d like to at least reduce the level of volatility a bit, even if it means giving up a bit
Hi all, the Doctor is back again, with some more “prescriptions” for you! My previous diagnosis can be found here and here. Remember, we are not giving personal investment advice as we do not know your individual financial situation. Before investing, you should make sure you fully understand the products, their benefits and risks.
Hi all, there is a Doctor in the house! Dr. ETF is back again after my initial post. The purpose of the Dr. ETF posts is to provide you with some examples of the strategies that can be accessed via exchange traded funds. Of course, we are not giving personal investment advice as we do
With the global exchange traded fund industry now larger than hedge funds (>US$3T – yes, that’s a “T”!), and our own little market recently crossing the A$20B mark, these investment funds are seriously “going places”! … and they still have a long way to go.
There’s been a lot of press in the last few days about the implementation and subsequent removal of ‘circuit breakers’ in the Chinese market. As we’ll show below, the evolving intervention of regulatory authorities in China is not unlike the US experience. If anything, the Chinese regulatory response to the market reaction to circuit breakers
You’ll notice I didn’t use an image of a teddy bear for this blog entry. The reason for this is that the “bear” I’m blogging about is not cute. It is not cuddly. And it doesn’t lick honey off your face. It’s a U.S. Strong Bear!
I joined BetaShares as Portfolio Manager and Head of Quantitative Research in mid-July 2015. It’s an exciting time to be here as since then another four people have joined and we’ve launched two new products – BetaShares Geared U.S. Equity Fund – Currency Hedged (hedge fund) (ASX: GGUS) and BetaShares U.S. Equities Strong Bear Hedge