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As the summer wears on, both equity and fixed income markets have been heating up with volatility. Investors looking to cool off can turn to the longer-term trends that extend beyond the next 12 to 18 months – including Clean Energy, Autonomous Tech, Space Tourism and ESG bonds. In this episode, Danielle Neziol, Matt Montemurro and Chris Heakes explore the potential upside of these Megatrends, and how they can be accessed through BMO’s Innovation ETF suite. Our experts also delve into recent trends concerning the Canadian housing market, and outline what, if any, impact investors can expect to see in the Mortgage-Backed Securities market.
Danielle Neziol is a Product Manager at BMO Global Asset Management. She is joined on the podcast by Chris Heakes and Matt Montemurro, both Portfolio Managers and ETF Specialists at BMO Global Asset Management. The episode was recorded live on July 28, 2021.
ETFs mentioned in the podcast:
- BMO Clean Energy Index ETF (Ticker: ZCLN)
- BMO ESG Corporate Bond Index ETF (Ticker: ESGB)
- BMO ESG US Corporate Bond Hedged to CAD Index ETF (Ticker: ESGF)
- BMO ESG High Yield US Corporate Bond Index ETF (Ticker: ESGH)
- BMO MSCI Tech & Industrial Innovation Index ETF (Ticker: ZAUT)
- BMO Canadian MBS Index ETF (Ticker: ZMBS)
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