Featured White Papers from State Street Global Advisors
State Street Global Advisors
1 Iron Street
Boston, MA 02210
As the asset management arm of State Street Corporation, we are the creator of the world’s first ETFs and an indexing pioneer. Over the past 40 years we have built a universe of active and index strategies across asset classes to help our clients, and those who rely on them, achieve their investment goals.
January 01, 2021
After a year that offered the best of times and the worst of times, how might COVID-19 vaccines, a new administration and more global cooperation support a healthy rebound in 2021? Download our 2021 Market Outlook to get 3 strategies for the way forward.
November 30, 2020
Fixed Income ETFs may help you achieve greater diversification, transparency and control. Make the most of your fixed income strategies through ETFs.
October 01, 2020
We believe it's time for ESG investing to become a must-have ingredient in portfolios. Put ESG investing into action by exploring 3 trends we expect will drive ESG growth and opportunity:
- The Great Reset in a Turbulent 2020
- Investors Reshaping the Investment Industry
- Boomers Preparing to Transfer Wealth
January 07, 2020
Get 3 portfolio strategies for the new year
Heading into 2020, there are a lot of positive signs in the market. However, the margin for error in 2020 will likely be as small as it’s been in a very long time. Read our 2020 ETF Market Outlook to find out how to:
- Stay invested, but limit downside risks
- Actively balance risk in the hunt for yield
- Position to temper the impact of macro volatility
Register for access to our 2020 ETF Market Outlook
November 01, 2019
Many investors use point-in-time statistics for the most recent 30 or 90 trading days to assess the liquidity profile of an ETF. This is a problem because — with the exception of a few highly liquid ETFs — a fund’s liquidity profile can change in different market regimes, especially in periods of high volatility. This paper explores how ETFs’ liquidity dynamics impact total cost of ownership (TCO), underscoring why investors need to look beyond a single period statistic when analyzing liquidity.
January 03, 2019
Corporate profits and economic growth remain positive, but are past their peak. Investors may soon find that reaching the summit was the easy part. The real challenges occur in the climb down. Chief Investment Strategist Michael Arone, CFA and Head of SPDR® Americas Research Matthew Bartolini, CFA present three strategies to position for a market with potentially more downside than upside.
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