Small Cap Power invites Frank Holmes to share his insights on the global markets in this interview with Tiana Denicola. Frank introduces the U.S. Global Jets ETF, and describes its smart beta strategy. Frank also shares his thoughts on recent talks with the International Monetary Fund and the Federal Reserve, and what this means for investors.
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Smart beta refers to investment strategies that emphasize the use of alternative weighting schemes to traditional market capitalization based indices.
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