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Wrapping up 2021 in ETF Flows with Tom Lydon

With 2021 ending up as a landmark year for ETF inflows (just past $900 billion), there’s plenty to look at as far as what worked out the best for investors and which funds were less of a success. ETF Trends’ CEO, Tom Lydon, was on hand to go over some of these various funds on Yahoo Finance’s “ETF Report.” As far as what brought investors into the game, as Lydon explains, it came down to the market continuing to surprise… Source link

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Yahoo Finance: Tom Lydon Talks Infrastructure Bill Winners

Joining the “ETF Report” with hosts Alexis Christoforous and Kristin Myerson, ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon spoke to what investors should be expected following the recent infrastructure deal. As far as what ETFs to look at for the investors looking to find exposure based on the infrastructure deal, Lydon points out the Global X Infrastructure And Development ETF (PAVE), the iShares Global Infrastructure ETF (IGF), the iShares U.S. Infrastructure ETF (IFRA), the FlexShares STOXX Global Broad… Source link

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Tom Lydon Looks at Value and Inflation

Joining the “ETF Report” with hosts Alexis Christoforous and Kristin Myerson, ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon spoke to what investors should be expecting in the coming months. As Lydon explains, some major shifts are occurring. In the last year, areas like value stocks have started performing quite well. There are some big ETFs to consider, such as the iShares US Small Cap Value Factor ETF (SVAL), which is up 30% year-to-date and showing just how real this trend is. Considering the fundamentals… Source link

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Tom Lydon Talks China Buys And Infrastructure Potential

Joining the “ETF Report” with host Alexis Christoforous on Yahoo Finance, ETF Trends’ CEO, Tom Lydon, was on hand to talk about where the record amount of ETF flows has been heading over the past couple of quarters, in addition to China’s recent tech stock decline, and the potential for infrastructure. Finishing the first quarter of 2021 with close to $240 billion in new assets, Lydon explains how that puts the market on pace for a trillion-dollar year in ETFs, which would be… Source link

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