Mitre Media, publisher of MutualFunds.com and Dividend.com, is proud to announce the launch of a new ETF conference platform called Exchange. Brought to you by a collaboration between ETF Trends, ETF Database, and Advisor Circle, Exchange’s inaugural conference will take place on February 13-16, 2022, in sunny Miami, Florida. More than 2,000 attendees — including more than 1,000 financial advisors — are set to visit what will become the premier event in the ETF world.
Conference organizers include the founders of two industry-leading websites, ETF Trends and ETFdb.com, Tom Lydon and Tom Hendrickson, who have joined forces to bring financial advisors a new, informative conference experience. Leveraging the latest technology and unique meeting and panel formats, Exchange promises to deliver the best insights into the fast-moving ETF ecosystem.
Content and sponsorships for the conference will be planned and delivered by leading ETF industry experts, including Matt Hougan and Matt Middleton of Advisor Circle and Dave Nadig of ETF Trends. Hougan, Middleton, and Nadig are founders and operators of some of the ETF industry’s leading websites and events, including the Inside ETFs conference. The programming they develop for the conference will feature some of the top minds in finance, media, and popular culture.
Interest in exchange traded funds has exploded over the years, with the fund type hitting nearly $6 trillion in assets, globally. To expand the scope of investment analysis for users at Dividend.com and MutualFunds.com, Mitre Media has added a host of tools, content, and data for ETFs. This includes live ETF data across Dividend.com and MutualFunds.com, as well as content devoted to ETFs in all investment categories. On Mitre Media sites, investors can use live investment data and content to compare mutual funds, stocks, and ETF equivalents.
Enhancements also include expanding our industry-lauded Dividend.com Ratings System to include dividend-focused ETFs. The goal continues to be providing a rich, data-driven media experience that advisors and other investors cannot find anywhere else, whose simplicity delights users and helps them make better portfolio management decisions.
By attending Exchange, financial advisors can expect to develop their understanding of how ETFs fit into investment portfolios. All of this boils down to designing better outcomes for investors of all stripes.