TotalMarkets, a new podcast by Nasdaq with Phil Mackintosh.
TotalMarkets: Prof. Jay Ritter, University of Florida's Warrington School of Business
22:37Jay Ritter, the Cordell Eminent Scholar at the University of Florida's Warrington School of Business, joins Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh to discuss the state of the IPO market, how SPACs are trending, and what the long-term returns are for companies going public in today’s market.
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TotalMarkets: Andy Nybo, Managing Director, Burton-Taylor International Consulting
27:21Andy Nybo, Managing Director with Burton-Taylor International Consulting, joins Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh to discuss the state of market data, retail trading, and how proposed market structure changes may adversely affect investors on Episode 11 of Nasdaq’s TotalMarkets podcast.
TotalMarkets: Larry Tabb, Head of Research for Bloomberg Intelligence
24:14Larry Tabb, Head of Research for Bloomberg Intelligence, joins Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh in an examination of the SEC’s NMS II plan and how the proposed changes may change our current equity markets on Episode 10 of Nasdaq’s TotalMarkets podcast.
TotalMarkets: Dan Connell and Shane Swanson from Greenwich Associates
23:17How is money on market data really spent? How have market data costs actually increased? What do different data feeds offer and what actually causes market latency? Dan Connell and Shane Swanson from Greenwich Associates’ Market Structure and Technology Division join Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh to delve into their findings around market data.
TotalMarkets: Andrew Upward, ETF Strategist, Jane Street
20:31Who trades ETFs and how do they trade them? What happens behind the scenes when an ETF trades? What can be done to improve liquidity for thinly-traded ETFs? ETF Strategist Andrew Upward from Jane Street joins Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh to give us an inside look at how ETFs trade today and how trading ETFs can improve.
TotalMarkets: Kimberly Russell, Vice President and Market Structure Specialist State Street Global Advisors
17:16What is the outlook for ETFs in 2020? How will the new ETF rule affect the industry and what should market structure look like to ensure liquidity for ETFs? Kimberly Russell, Vice President and Market Structure Specialist State Street Global Advisors, discusses her views on the ETF industry with Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh. They will discuss the most recent developments on the regulatory front and how things are shaping up for the year ahead.
TotalMarkets: Mehmet Kinak, Global Head of Systematic Trading, T. Rowe Price
24:10How can we improve small-cap liquidity? What did we learn from the tick pilot? How do you define retail investing? Mehmet Kinak, Global Head of Systematic Trading, T. Rowe Price, joins Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh to take a deep dive into market structure and how it could be improved to make markets work better for everyone.
TotalMarkets: Enrico Cacciatore of Voya Investment Management
22:35What happens in the life of a trade? How do market participants decide how fast they trade and what strategies to pursue to ensure both timeliness and quality of their order fills? Enrico Cacciatore, Head of Market Structure & Trading Analytics, Voya Investment Management, joins Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh to discuss how strategies are developed, how lit markets benefit investors, and how buyers calculate opportunity costs.
TotalMarkets: Rob Barnett, Wilmington Trust
11:08What are Collectivized Investment Trusts (CITs) and how are they helpful for people saving for their retirement? Rob Barnett of Wilmington Trust joins Nasdaq Chief Economist Phil Mackintosh to discuss how CITs differ from ETFs and mutual funds, how they operate, and how the game has changed with the advent of searchable tickers via Nasdaq Fund Network.