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Tom Lydon

author Image Tom Lydon is editor and publisher of ETF Trends (www.ETFtrends.com) and president of Global Trends Investments (www.globaltrend.com).


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Areas of Expertise: asset management, exchange-traded funds

Website: www.ETFtrends.com

Twitter Feed: www.twitter.com/etftrends

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ETFtrends

Books:The ETF Trend Following Playbook” and “iMoney: Profitable ETF Strategies for Every Investor

Topics Presented in Speeches: “ETF 101 Workshop;” “Using Sector ETFs to Build a Long-Term Asset Allocation Strategy;” “How to Protect Against the Coming Bond Bubble” and “How Social Media is Changing The World of Investing”

Email: tlydon@globaltrend.com

Biography:
Tom Lydon is editor and publisher of ETF Trends, a website with daily news and commentary about the fast-changing trends in the exchange-traded fund (ETF) industry. Lydon is also president of Global Trends Investments, an investment advisory firm specializing in the creation of customized portfolios for high-net-worth individuals. He has been involved in money management for more than 25 years. Lydon began his career with Fidelity Investments and was a founding member of Charles Schwab’s Institutional Advisory Board. He serves on the boards of directors of U.S. Global Investors Inc. and Rydex SGI and is also on the Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC (PIMCO) Advisory Board for RIAs (registered investment advisors). In early 2010, Lydon helped create the CNBC Model ETF Portfolios. Lydon has been a high-profile presenter at the largest industry trade shows and investment conferences, as well as a moderator of webinars. He is a regular contributor to major print, radio, and television media and is invited to speak to audiences at financial conferences around the world. 

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  1. Exchange-Traded Funds »

    Active Funds and Other Changes in the ETF Industry

    The number of actively managed ETFs could soon double, adding to the industry’s growth. These changes will result in more choices for investors.

    August 2011 | Journal