8.8.2022 Gary Black spoke with Ignites about potential advantages of using ETFs as a tax-loss harvesting strategy in today’s market. He believes the current steep downturn may be the perfect environment for mutual fund investors to move into ETF versions of the mutual funds they own and that asset managers who do not offer ETF versions of their strategies may lose out.
Reinvesting in FFND exposes investors to megathemes - finding innovative and disruptive companies - from a more disciplined valuation perspective than some competitors.
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