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Wed, Aug. 13, 1:34 PM
- The First Trust Strategic Income ETF (Pending:FDIV) is an actively managed, multi-manager fund that will seek risk adjusted income and capital appreciation for its investors.
- First Trust Global Portfolios Ltd; Energy Income Partners, LLC; Stonebridge Advisors LLC; and Richard Bernstein Advisors are the four subadvisors that will together manage FDIV.
- According to the prospectus, the fund will include high-yield corporate bonds and senior floating-rate loans; mortgage-related investments; preferred securities; international sovereign bonds; energy infrastructure equities; and high-dividend equity securities.
- Other broad hedge fund replication ETFs: QAI, MCRO, HDG, QEH, MULT
Tue, Jul. 8, 2:02 PM
- The AdvisorShares Sunrise Global Multi-Strategy ETF (MULT) will roll out on July 9th, featuring an active long/short strategy.
- MULT will have an expense ratio of 189 basis points and feature coverage of a variety of asset classes through ETFs, futures, foreign currencies, and U.S. Treasurys.
- The fund structure is similar to the IQ Hedge Multi-Strategy Tracker ETF (QAI), a veteran multi-strategy fund which features an expense ratio of 94 basis points and has returned 3.5% since the start of the year.
- Other hedge fund replication ETFs: MCRO, HDG, QEH
Tue, Mar. 11, 12:54 PM
- The First Trust RBA Quality Income ETF (QINC) and RBA American Industrial Renaissance ETF (AIRR) will track their respective Richard Bernstein Advisors indexes; QINC will focus on total return through global firms with strong dividends and capital appreciation potential, while AIRR will invest in both small and mid-cap domestic firms in the industrial and community banking sectors.
- High dividend ETFs and capital strength ETFs: VYM, HDV, KBWD, PEY, DIV, RDIV, FTCS
- Regional banking ETFs: KRE, KBE, IAT, RKH, QABA, KRU, KBWR, KRS
- The Global X Guru Small Cap Index ETF (GURX) and Guru International Index ETF (GURI) are hoping to capitalize on the success of GURU by offering exposure to small-cap and international (respectively) stocks that large hedge fund managers hold.
- Broad hedge fund replication ETFs: QAI, MCRO, HDG, QEH
Mon, Mar. 10, 10:07 AM
- To those who remember the risk on/risk off days of 2011 when the entire universe of assets seemingly moved together based on the utterings of some politician here or across the pond, today is quite a different matter. The instances of days in which more than 90% of S&P 500 stocks move together have all but vanished late last year and this year.
- The 65-day average correlation of stocks fell to 0.52% in January vs. an average of 0.63% between 2009 and 2013 (it rose as high as 0.84% late in 2011).
- Investors have responded by moving money into so-called actively managed strategies, with those funds seeing inflows of $1.3B this year on top of $9.8B in 2013. It's a small amount, but contrasts with $360B pulled out of such funds between 2009-2012.
- Related ETFs: GURU, ALFA, CSM, QAI, ONN, OFF, BTAL, MCRO, CHEP, RALS, HDG, QEH, AGLS, CSLS, SIZ, QMN, CSMN
Feb. 8, 2013, 3:23 PMProShares lowered fees yesterday on its Credit Suisse 130/30 ETF (CSM) to 0.45% from an earlier 0.95%. ProShares is the first to cut fees for ETFs in this class, where investors are looking to outperform large-cap indexes. The fund's also getting a truer name (ProShares Large Cap Core Plus), but no change to holdings and strategy. Competitors: JFT, HDG, ALFA, GURU | Comment!
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