Beyond Bulls & Bears

Using single-country ETFs as part of a tax-loss harvesting strategy
ETFs

Using single-country ETFs as part of a tax-loss harvesting strategy

With the holiday season underway, it’s time again to give thanks for tax-loss harvesting opportunities! Dina Ting, Franklin Templeton’s Head of Global Index Portfolio Management, sheds light on the benefits of single-country ETF allocations against what has been a rocky macro backdrop and discusses ways to re-evaluate potential opportunities in terms of tax-loss decision-making.

A Time of Transition and Tax-Loss Harvesting
ETFs

A Time of Transition and Tax-Loss Harvesting

As the transition to a new year approaches, David Mann, Head of ETF Product & Capital Markets, revisits the annual tax-loss harvesting season. He also discusses how the strong US dollar has been driving down the returns of US-listed ETFs that hold international equities.

(ETF) Anniversaries and Taxes
LibertyShares

(ETF) Anniversaries and Taxes

As we celebrate the holiday season and ponder what we are thankful for, it’s also time to take stock of one’s investments. Here, David Mann, Head of Global Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) Capital Markets, opines on an ETF anniversary he’s thankful for—and offers some tax-planning food for thought.

Tax-Loss Harvesting: A Silver Lining for Single-Country ETFs?
LibertyShares

Tax-Loss Harvesting: A Silver Lining for Single-Country ETFs?

While the subject of taxes would probably elicit a yawn as dinner party conversation (assuming dinner parties happen again at some point), it’s something many investors need to contemplate as year-end approaches. David Mann, our Head of ETF Capital Markets, discusses the concept of tax-loss harvesting and how it can be a silver lining for investors in single-country exchange-traded funds (ETFs).