The ETF Store Show

One of the “most helpful plain-English resources for investors
who want to demystify exchange-traded funds”
– Bloomberg BusinessWeek

Listen to our weekly radio show every Tuesday morning from 9 – 10AM CST on ESPN 1510 AM. The ETF Store Show is the first radio program focused solely on Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). ETFs, which have been called the next generation mutual funds, can help lower your investment costs, reduce your tax bill, and increase your investment options. Learn how to make ETFs a part of your investment portfolio as we spotlight individual ETFs and interview experts from across the country. Featured in national publications such as Money Magazine and Bloomberg, The ETF Store Show can help put you on the path towards financial success!

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StateStreet’s Dave Mazza Talks ETF Flows, Spotlights Bond ETF   |   July 28th, 2015

Dave Mazza, Head of Research for SPDR ETFs at StateStreet Global Advisors, discusses where ETF investors have been placing their money in 2015 and also spotlights the SPDR DoubleLine Total Return Tactical ETF (TOTL).

Psychology of Index Investing   |   July 21st, 2015

In Part Two of our two-part series on active versus passive management, we discuss the psychology of index investing and why you may have to overcome natural tendencies in order to achieve success as an investor.  Frank Holmes, CEO & Chief Investment Officer of U.S. Global Investors, also spotlights the U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) tracking the airline industry.

Active or Passive Management?   |   July 14th, 2015

In Part One of our two-part series on active versus passive management, Morningstar’s Ben Johnson discusses the recent investor shift towards index-based investments, the role of investment costs in the debate, and some of the challenges facing active managers.

Value & Momentum Investing   |   June 30th, 2015

Value and momentum investing can both offer the opportunity for additional returns. We discuss the underlying investor behaviors explaining why.  Alpha Architect’s Wes Gray and Jack Vogel also join us to offer their thoughts.

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