Jay Coulter, CFP®
Will Rhind, the CEO and Founder of GranitesShares joins Jay Coulter on this episode of The Resilient Advisor Podcast to discuss portfolio construction with broad-based commodity ETFs and gold ETFs.
What We Discuss:
Does it make sense to use the ETF structure for commodity structure?
The Bloomberg Commodity Index vs the GSCI Index.
The implications of the recent energy drawdown.
Mean Reversion implications for index investors.
Gold ETF's as a part of a diversified portfolio.
BAR ETF as a unique gold ETF. (It is not leased out by prospectus)
Connect With Will:
About Will (From His Website)
In 2016, Will Rhind challenged himself to find a way to do things differently. As a 16-year veteran of the ETF industry with experience working at, building and running, well-established successful ETF businesses, he made a keen observation: investing just isn’t as exciting as it once was.
Will asked himself is how do you bring back that excitement? As an experienced entrepreneur, he decided to answer that question by launching his own ETF company - GraniteShares was born.
Will’s focus on disrupting the financial industry has taken GraniteShares from an idea to a successful start-up garnering the attention of Bain Capital and other well-known ETF investors who support his passion to create products that will change the way people see investing.
Will spends his time outside of GraniteShares with his wife and three children. He’s on the Board of Directors of the Bath University Foundation, has a passion for classic cars, Manchester United, and travel – especially back to his roots in Aberdeen, Scotland, “The Granite City”.
The Resilient Advisor is the book for Financial Advisors who feel that their business and life are overwhelmed by extreme stress. This book teaches readers how to build a customized ACTION-BASED STRESS REDUCTION SYSTEM that has been proven to help Financial Advisors. The program is based on academically researched strategies from the fields of: • Emotional Intelligence • Positive Psychology • Physiological Science
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