Rob is a strategist working in the Thought Leadership team of Deutsche Bank’s US ETF business. Prior to joining the firm, he was a Teaching Assistant at Columbia Business School focusing on Capital Markets, Investing and Equity Derivatives. Before that, he was an economist at the UK Treasury in London and also has experience trading bonds and commodities. He has his MBA from Columbia and his MSc in Statistics from Oxford.
By: Rob Bush
Passive portfolio managers (PMs) sometimes get a bad rap. They’re only tracking an index after all, not trying to beat it.
Shinzo Abe’s recent election win clearly signals a firm nod of approval from the Japanese electorate.
The German stock market is an export-heavy beast. According to FactSet, just 23.4% of its revenue is derived domestically.
Even relatively small numbers of stocks can account for quite large amounts of the market cap of an index.
Today, after years of questioning its empirical validity, beta doesn’t always get the attention it deserves.
There are a number of reasons why we think China may deserve consideration in a portfolio.
Abby is a strategist working on the Xtrackers Thought Leadership team.
Brandon is a fixed income portfolio manager working on the Xtrackers Thought Leadership team.
Arne is in ETF product development working on the Xtrackers team.
David is the Chief Investment Strategist, Americas working on the Xtrackers Thought Leadership team.
Eric Legunn is a strategist working on the Xtrackers Thought Leadership team.
Luke is Head of U.S ETF Capital Markets for Xtrackers and a founding member of the U.S. business.
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