You Are Invited

Using Strategic Beta / Factor Driven Strategies to Enhance Portfolios

Learn how smart or strategic beta strategies may offer an alternative to traditional cap-weighted strategies. This informative event goes beyond explaining index methodology — it will explore how successful advisors are expressing market conviction and seeking superior returns in their equity portfolio for tactical or strategic asset allocation via smart beta strategies. In addition to executives from Guggenheim and S&P Dow Jones Indices, you will hear from a top RIA on real-world implementation examples, as we explore:

  • Exploiting inefficiencies in traditional cap weighted indexing
  • How to gain access to more “style pure” growth and value portfolios
  • Using ETFs to potentially deliver return streams and risk premia where previously unavailable

We hope you can attend this exciting event. For more information or to register, contact:


Date Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Time 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (lunch will be served)
Place Guggenheim Offices 227 West Monroe Street, 8th Floor, Chicago, IL 60606

NOTE – Due to construction, please enter through 222 W Adams Street or 115 S Franklin Street

Featured Speakers:
James King, CFA
Managing Director, ETF Portfolio Management
Guggenheim Investments
Philip Murphy, CFA
Vice President, S&P Dow Jones Indices


(* are required.)

Attendance is limited to financial professionals only. Do not distribute to the public.

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