Tag: Martin Small

Stop The Blame Game: Index Providers Don’t Drive Performance

The following was authored by Martin Small, Head of U.S. iShares at BlackRock. Index providers may set out the rules, but stock pickers dictate winners and losers. Martin explains. We all have a fascination with finding the person “behind the curtain,” the Great Oz who exercises ultimate control.  In reality, wizards are few and far between. […]

Guess Who’s Driving the ETF Bus?

The following was authored by Martin Small, Head of U.S. iShares and a regular contributor to The Blog. ETFs got their biggest boost in 2017 from end investors and advisors. Martin explains why this is such a big deal. By any measure, 2017 was a breakout year for exchange traded funds (ETFs). Globally, an unprecedented $630 […]

Best of The ETF Store Show

We revisit some of our favorite interviews from the second half of 2017 including Vanguard’s Rich Powers, iShares’ Martin Small, and BlockTower Capital’s Ari Paul.

Head of U.S. iShares Goes In-Depth on ETF Growth

Martin Small, Head of U.S. iShares, goes in-depth on continued record ETF growth, explaining key drivers and potential implications.

Head of U.S. iShares Goes In-Depth on ETF Growth

Martin Small, Head of U.S. iShares, goes in-depth on continued record ETF growth, explaining key drivers and potential implications.  Nate & Jason discuss last week’s ETF fee cuts from StateStreet and spotlight the recently launched iShares Russell 1000 Pure U.S. Revenue ETF (AMCA).

Best of The ETF Store Show

We revisit some of our favorite recent interviews including Bloomberg’s Eric Balchunas, Vanguard’s Rich Powers, iShares’ Martin Small, and Charles Schwab’s David Botset.

Head of U.S. iShares Discusses Growing “ETF Movement”

Martin Small, Head of U.S. iShares, explains why ETFs aren’t just an industry, they’re a movement.

Head of U.S. iShares Discusses Growing “ETF Movement”

Martin Small, Head of U.S. iShares, explains why ETFs aren’t just an industry, they’re a movement.  Nate & Conor offer their perspective on ETF.com’s 2017 big ETF predictions.