Join Rob Passarella, Vice President of Institutional Markets for Dow Jones, and Bram Stalknecht, CEO of SemLab, for a one-hour webinar, "From Analytics to Alpha" discussing how firms can add a layer to their trading models with the right tools for deriving sentiment signals to mitigate risk and maximize profits.
Felix Shipkevich - Shipkevich Law Firm, Gerald Segal - LeapRate, Gabriella Stern - DJ FX Trader
Join the Forex Regulation webinar from Dow Jones to learn what changing regulations mean for brokerage firms and the online FX trading community in the U.S., Europe, Japan, China and elsewhere.
Topics will include:
- After Dodd-Frank, the jurisdictions welcoming Forex firms
- What's happening in China and elsewhere in Asia
- Principal vs. Agency model - where we are headed
- Less leverage and/or more capital - which regulators may follow the U.S. and Japanese models
The stock market is widely seen as a leading indicator for the economy which in turn influences longer-term equity trends. It’s important to track changes in the market to gain insight into the longer-term health of the economy. This session will provide an introduction to technical analysis, showing how to identify some key patterns that can foreshadow market moves. In addition, we will dive into how reading the charts of several different stock market segments, as well as other asset classes, can help predict movements in the broader stock market, as well as the economy.
Thomas Coyle, Meir Statman, Jason Zweig; Kevin Noblet, Moderator
With the markets in slow recovery mode, how do you attract and retain more high-net-worth clients? Our panelists will discuss the latest concerns and interests of affluent investors, and how you can better serve their needs in the new climate of recovery.
Topics we’ll discuss on the affluent include:
*How to advise in a time of international turmoil
*Banking rules and taxes affecting estates and retirement
*Is there a distinct “Wealth” mindset?
*Advising clients in an age of online investing
Be sure to attend. All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the latest “Dow Jones Affluent Investor Report.”
Ian Salisbury will discuss how the mechanics of exchange-traded funds shed light on controversies surrounding the funds’ performance during the flash crash and the recent municipal bond melt down. He will also speak about how those mechanics make ETFs sometimes more tax efficient than mutual funds.
Michael Casey, Managing Editor, Dow Jones and Charles Roth, Assistant Managing Editor, Dow Jones
With emerging markets in the spotlight, you need to know how they’re reshaping today’s investment strategies. Join us for this Audio Webcast where we will discuss the global paradigm shift that’s now impacting investors, especially in the BRIC markets—Brazil, Russia, India, China—and analyze why these emerging markets are overturning some long-held assumptions. You’ll learn where the demand is the strongest and what’s driving it, how emerging markets are forcing investors to rethink risk, what the performance of emerging markets say about developed markets, and what is the place of emerging markets in allocation models.
Global yields took a big step down last week as investors adjusted their perspective on global central bank policy. We’ll explore why this is happening and how it might impact the Fed’s monetary policy going forward.
In the weeks following Brexit-fueled volatility, many investors are weighing their allocation options – and our experts believe they have a decision to make. Learn more about the considerations that should factor into their decisions.
UK residents took to the polls on June 23rd to determine whether the UK should remain in the European Union. Our London based experts discussed the outcome of the referendum vote. They deciphered the results and looked past the headlines to understand not only the immediate market reaction, but also the longer-term response and potential impacts to investment portfolios.
In a low expected return environment, investors look towards the high potential return premia associated with private investment programs to help meet their objectives. But in order to build a successful private investment program, investors need to not only focus on the “good” long-term expected return of these investments, but also prepare for the potentially “bad” initial drag on results and the corresponding “ugly” line items that may occur early in the process.
Please join us for an in-depth view on the full-breadth of items that needs to be considered when planning a successful private investment program.
Financial markets have been buffeted by concerns that U.K. voters will choose to leave the European Union when they go to the polls this Thursday. Our chief investment strategist shares insight into what this means for investors.
Join Northern Trust investment experts who will discuss their perspectives on the state of the financial markets, potential timing of a Federal Reserve interest rate move and the implications for institutional investors.
In this webinar you'll hear from:
Carl Tannenbaum - Chief Economist
Jim McDonald - Chief Investment Strategist
Chris Doell, CFA - Managing Director, Client Solutions Group will host this webinar and lead the Q&A using viewer submitted questions.
The Chinese equity market is composed of a domestic and an offshore market. The existence of the domestic A-share and the offshore H-share markets provides a choice for a Chinese company to choose its listing venue where the stock could be dually-listed on both markets. As the restrictions to invest in the China market are easing, investors are looking for a variety of tools to assist them as they look to capture different aspects of the Chinese equity market.
Join the FTSE Russell webinar to find out more on:
•China’s opening up and the recent developments
•Understanding the China A-H shares anomaly and potential convergence over time
•The FTSE China A-H 50 Index and its use