9.8.2021 Gary Black, portfolio manager for The Future Fund Active ETF (FFND) talks about FFND’s holdings – companies it believes have megatrends as tailwinds, high revenue growth and investment controversy. “That’s what creates opportunity. We’re looking for unlevered brands, meaning, brands that are very successful in, say, one segment, and they bring them into other segments, or brands that are successful in one geography, and can go global.” Read more.
9.7.2021 Gary Black joins Oliver Renick to dissect The Future Fund LLC’s Active ETF (FFND), which includes Tesla (TSLA) as its top holding followed by Alphabet (GOOGL) and Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG). The diversified fund includes stocks across several key sectors that The Future Fund LLC anticipates are set to benefit from secular growth trends based on a fundamental proprietary research-driven process. Watch the interview.
8.25.2021 The Future Fund Active ETF is a high conviction portfolio of approximately 40-50 companies that the firm believes are well-positioned to take advantage of the secular growth trends that will drive both the economy and the markets over the next several years. Read the article.
8.25.2021 ETF.com interviewed Gary Black. "Our portfolio has a broader mandate,” he said. “We’re looking for companies that will change the world, and they’re going to capitalize on all of these megatrends. When you look across the 40 or so names in our portfolio, they’re going to be less correlated with each other.” Read the article.
Megatrends have been changing the way people live for hundreds or even thousands of years.