Tag: BVAL

Does Active Share Matter in Fund Selection?

The New York Attorney General recently announced 13 mutual fund companies agreed to report active share to retail investors.  Nate & Jason discuss potential implications and highlight new research on this metric’s usefulness to investors.  ETF.com’s Dave Nadig offers key takeaways from Greenwich Associates’ latest ETF survey of institutional investors.  Larry Medin, Founder & CEO of Brandometry spotlights the […]

Brandometry’s Larry Medin Explains Index Behind Brand Value ETF

Larry Medin, Founder & CEO of Brandometry, spotlights the index behind the Brand Value ETF (BVAL) and explains the rationale for investing in undervalued company brands.

The Mother of All Trends

Bloomberg ETF Analyst Eric Balchunas has called the shift to low-cost investments the “mother of all trends” in investing.  Nate & Conor offer perspective and explain why this trend has helped fuel the growth of ETFs, which recently surpassed $3 trillion in assets.  Phil Bak, CEO of Exponential ETFs, spotlights the Brand Value ETF (BVAL) […]

Exponential ETFs CEO Phil Bak Spotlights Brand Value ETF (BVAL)

Phil Bak, CEO of Exponential ETFs, spotlights the Brand Value ETF (BVAL), which seeks to invest in companies whose brands appear undervalued by the market.  Phil also discusses the competitive ETF landscape and offers his thoughts on current U.S. stock valuations.