Smart Beta vs Dumb Beta … Which is Better? A Discussion About ETFs


Smart Beta vs Dumb Beta … Which is Better? A Discussion About ETFs

Is your ETF employing the best strategies for this market?

This week we discuss ETFs and why you should consider them for your portfolio.

We discuss the difference between mutual funds and ETFs, active and passive ETF strategies, Smart Beta, ex-out indexing, quant strategies, gold, and more. 

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Today's Guest:  Will Rhind

Will Rhind is the Founder and CEO of GraniteShares, a New York City-based ETF issuer that seeks to launch innovative and disruptive investments. Will is an established ETF entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. Prior to founding GraniteShares, he served as the CEO of the world's largest gold ETF owned by the World Gold Council. He was also a senior executive at ETF Securities from 2007 to 2013 as well as a principal at iShares and one of the original team members in Europe.

Will spends his time outside of GraniteShares with his wife and three children. He’s on the Board of Directors of the Bath University Foundation, has a passion for classic cars, Manchester United, and travel – especially back to his roots in Aberdeen, Scotland, “The Granite City.”

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