Understanding SMAs & Their Popularity with Advisors – Nasdaq – 6.29.17

Summary:

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Learn why more and more advisors are turning to Separately/Unified Managed Accounts (SMAs/UMAs). Topics include:

  • Active versus passive managed accounts
  • Manager due diligence and asset allocation considerations
  • Using SMAs/UMAs to increase tax efficiency
  • Comparative product fees: SMAs, UMAs, mutual funds, and ETFs
  • An introduction to Nasdaq Dorsey Wright’s SMA strategies

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Speaker:

Andy Hyer, CFP®, CIMA®, CMT
Client Portfolio Manager
Nasdaq Dorsey Wright

Andy Hyer is a Client Portfolio Manager and Senior Analyst at Nasdaq Dorsey Wright. He is responsible for sales and service of investment strategies across Nasdaq Dorsey Wright’s funds, ETFs and SMA accounts.

Since joining the firm in 2004, he has authored original research on the subject of technical analysis and speaks and writes regularly on the topic of momentum investing. He is a Certified Financial Planner™, Certified Investment Management Analyst, and a Chartered Market Technician.

He holds a B.S. from Utah State University with a dual degree in Finance and Economics.

Overview:

Title: Understanding SMAs & Their Popularity with Advisors
Date: Thursday, June 29, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

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