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Mark Abssy

Mark Abssy is the Head of Indexing at Tematica Research focused on index and ETP development. He has product development/management experience with ETFs, ETNs, closed-end funds, mutual funds, listed derivatives and has been directly involved in the development of a number of innovative investment products across multiple issuers including FAN, HACK, SKYY, YYY, IPAY, ISRA, GAMR, CNCR, JGLD, DTOX in the US and ISPY, FOOD, CYBR, DIGI and DTOX in Europe. In his 25 year career he has held product development and management positions at NYSE|ICE, ISE ETF Ventures, Morgan Stanley, Fidelity Investments and Loomis Sayles.  He received a BSBA from Northeastern University with a focus in Finance and International Business.
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Recent Articles By The Author

Bruised From Monday's Fall? Let's See Where We Stand in the Big Picture

I'm putting this past week -- and all of 2022 so far -- into perspective. Then we'll see what types of ETFs work best in this market.

ETFs Can Be 'Bonded' to Green Goals

What if there was a way to manage your exchange-traded fund exposure to a company or government for that matter, so that you only support projects that work directly toward ESG goals? Let's look at two such funds.

New Regs Could Make ETF 'Greenwashing' a Little More Transparent

Updates to SEC guidance could make it easier to compare the environmental part of ESG funds.

Who Should ETF Investors Call for Help? FEMA, Perhaps

Fund issuer Procure has come down to earth with its newest offering, the Procure Disaster Recovery Strategy exchange-traded fund. Grab a lifejacket, we're diving in.

New Gang of ETFs Is Back on the BondBloxx

If you're looking for yield and are OK with risky junk and other below-grade debt, then check out these three funds.

When the Markets Are a Game of Risk, Keep This Fund in Your Quiver

This ETF manages risk in a nuanced way.

An ETF for When You're Over ESG

Constrained Capital ESG Orphans ETF bets that ESG trends have put undeserved pressure on fossil fuel, nuclear energy, weapons, alcohol, tobacco, and gaming companies.

These ETFs Will Meet You in the After-Hours Club

Let's check three funds that are set to buy the close and sell the open.

Here Are Ways to Gain Emerging Market Exposure While Sidestepping China Risk

If you'd prefer to avoid the headline risk that comes with investing in China, here are a couple ETFs to consider.

Let's Go Treasure Hunting Inside the ETF Tech Scrapyard

As the Fed tries to steer the smoking U.S. economy into a soft landing, many funds have been reduced to cyber rubble. But we can find some working -- or workable -- parts amid the rust and embers.

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