Earnings Disaster: Are Retirement Plans At Danger? Will Rhind talks about actual property and economics


A rate cut has forced investors to look elsewhere besides fixed income, but there are still options for returns, said Will Rhind, CEO of GraniteShares.

“In this particular traumatic year, we really had a crater in interest rates on the other side of the curve, which has led investors who had a retirement plan to re-examine those plans before COVID,” said Rhind.

Rhind said the GraniteShares HIPS ETF offers a solution.

“Pass-through securities are a class of securities that do not pay corporate taxes. Right off the bat, you have a class of securities in the market that are not subject to corporation tax and are required by law to distribute essentially all of their income to investors. This is important because when you are looking for income, you want as much of that income as possible, ”he said.

Rhind remains constructive on the stock markets.

“I think the outlook for the markets over the next year is actually quite favorable. The reason is that the market seems to like this environment, in other words, a lot of stimulus and low interest rates were good for stocks, ”he said.

Real estate remains dependent on space.

“The only thing we saw is a tremendous amount of refinancing activity, mortgage refinancing,” said Rhind.

People have taken advantage of low interest rates, Rhind said, and this has created demand for real estate in some markets.

REITs take up 18% of the HIPS ETF’s portfolio allocation.

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