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About Rockie

Hey! Yep, my name is Rockie Zeigler III. No, Rockie isn’t my real name. It’s Roscoe (everyone asks that the first time we meet). I’m a lifelong Central Illinoisan. I grew up in Normal, then moved to Peoria in the summer of 2000 and I’ve been here ever since. I graduated from Bradley University in 2003 and I also completed studies at the College For Financial Planning. 

I have an amazing family. A beautiful, patient, and fun-loving wife. Four kids, Astrid (7), Murphy (5), Clarke (3) and Crosby (3). 

Alright, what else? I love Notre Dame football, Cardinals baseball, and golf. I’m also one of the foremost experts on 90’s music in the Midwest.

FAVORITE GOLF COURSE AROUND HERE:
Coyote Creek in Bartonville.

PETS:
Dog (Quincy) Cat #1 (Walter) Cat #2 (Homer)

FAVORITE OUTDOOR ACTIVITY(S):
Lawn care, car cleaning and walks with the family.

FAVORITE SPORTS TO PLAY:
Basketball and golf.

CAN’T BE INTERRUPTED DURING:
Notre Dame football games and The Masters golf tournament.

How & Why ETFs Have Disrupted the TRILLION Dollar Mutual Fund Industry

By Rockie Zeigler III

As someone who gets paid to give investment advice, (among other things) I feel it’s of the upmost importance to be highly educated on current investment offerings. Wouldn’t you agree? 

With that said, the research for this book began in 2017. I’ve spent countless hours of research, over a 2-year time-frame, learning the intricate details of actively managed mutual funds, passively managed mutual funds, actively managed Exchanged Traded Funds (ETFs), passively managed  ETFs, single factor smart beta ETFs, and multi-factor smart beta ETFs. Intricate details such as performance, tax efficiency, management fees, trading costs, and liquidity. 

All of the knowledge I gained over the last few years is now contained within the pages of ‘Mutual Funds Are So 1999’ for you to read.  

 

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