With lower expected equity returns for the remainder of the year but the thirst for yield still prevalent, investors should consider dollar-cost averaging in and out of positions, says Sage Advisory's Anthony Parish.
Given that markets are operating in uncharted territory today, allocating to asset classes that probably weren't traditionally found in retirement portfolios may be appropriate, says Windham Capital Management CIO Lucas Turton.
Wela Strategies' Mitch Reiner details the reasons behind starting new firm to roll out ETF strategies with simplified investment philosophies and fewer layers of costs for investors with smaller accounts.
As the fiduciary standard expands, ETF managed portfolios will continue to look increasingly attractive to registered investment advisors seeking to outsource investment management, says Morningstar's Andy Gogerty.
Astor Asset Management's Rob Stein describes how his firm is managing their fixed-income strategy amid a proliferation of ETF products, drama in the eurozone, and the potential for interest rate normalization.
After the tech crash and financial crisis, client demand for more tactical solutions increased, eventually leading to growth in tactical ETF managed portfolio strategies, says Good Harbor Financial's Neil Peplinski.