Looking to Invest in a Thematic? Index Construction Matters

  Looking to Invest in a Thematic?  Index Construction Matters The next big thing. You believe you’ve found it and want to invest in the trend. Or perhaps you are seeking to diversify your portfolio beyond the standard asset type, market cap size, industry focus, and growth/value buckets so many indexes or mutual funds follow.…

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Corporate Demand for Renewables Skyrockets in 3Q19

Renewable Energy Deals Inked by Fortune 500s Accelerating Towards Record Year in 2019 The third quarter of 2019 set another record for the number and size of renewable energy projects signed by companies of all sizes. Leading the charge were huge deals by Google (Ticker: GOOG) and AT&T (Ticker: ATT). The rapidly growing corporate demand…

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How Online Shopping is Driving Renewable Energy Demand

Most online consumers don’t consider the environment when they click buy for their latest desire. And if they do, it’s because they lament the overflow of cardboard boxes in their trash and tell themselves they’re saving on gas. But the continued growth of eCommerce has had an interesting side-effect: renewable energy is in greater demand than…

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Investing in Renewable Energy: RENW White Paper

  Introduction Megatrends. Climate change and decarbonization. Technology innovation and automation. Accelerating urbanization. Global standard of living increases. All represent the leading megatrend themes that will redefine the economy over the coming decades. Megatrends are not a new phenomenon. But the impact across industries has accelerated. Modern portolio management and new investment vehicles expand an…

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The Renewable Future

Renewable energy is still a small player in the U.S. energy ecosystem—just 10% of U.S. electricity sales and 7% of U.S. energy consumption, excluding hydropower. Oil, natural gas, nuclear, and even coal will keep us comfortable, charged, and on the go well into the next decade.

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Morningstar White Paper: Investing in the Future of Energy

Efforts to combat climate change are taking on greater urgency. According to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, renewable energy sources must supply 70%-85% of electricity needs by 2050—that is, if the global temperature increase is to be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius over preindustrial levels and the direst consequences of climate change are to be averted.

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RENW Featured on Bloomberg ETF IQ: Drilling Down Into RENW

Bloomberg’s Eric Balchunas and Taylor Riggs break down the Pickens Morningstar Renewable Energy Response ETF (ticker: RENW) with Toby Loftin, founder of BP Capital Fund Advisors and TriLine Index Solutions. Recently, the firm, with has ties to oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens, revamped ‘RENW’. The fund use to be an oil-focused ETF, but now focuses on renewables. (Source: Bloomberg_TV)

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ETF Trends: Q&A with Toby Loftin

Earlier this month, TriLine Index Solutions, the index and ETF development arm of Boone Pickens Capital Fund Advisors, announced the launch of a new renewable energy ETF via the change of the NYSE® Pickens Oil Response™ ETF (NYSE: BOON) to the Pickens Morningstar® Renewable Energy Response™ ETF (NYSE: RENW).

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TriLine Index Solutions announces the launch of a new renewable energy ETF, the Pickens Morningstar® Renewable Energy Response™ ETF (NYSE:RENW)

New renewable energy ETF provides investors renewable energy exposure across a diversified base of companies DALLAS, Aug. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — TriLine Index Solutions, the index and ETF development arm of Boone Pickens Capital Fund Advisors, announces the launch of a new renewable energy ETF via the change of the NYSE® Pickens Oil Response™ ETF (BOON) to the Pickens Morningstar® Renewable Energy Response™ ETF (NYSE:RENW).

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Measuring Transition Risk in Fund Portfolios : The Morningstar Portfolio Carbon Risk Score

Investors are increasingly recognizing the risks posed by climate change. Climate-related risks range from the increasingly evident physical effects of global warming to the low-carbon economic transition that is necessary to mitigate the worst effects of global warming. Climate change poses physical risks resulting from the increased severity and incidence of extreme weather events and from the longer-term changes in precipitation and variability of weather patterns due to rising temperatures…

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