Russell 1000 Low Volatility ETF (LVOL) - NYSEARCA
LVOL is defunct since October 24, 2012. Lack of investor interest
  • Oct. 1, 2011, 8:50 AM

    Safe havens are offering little more than wealth protection (if that), and if you were thinking of dividend stocks, they may have a long way down to go yet. What about getting off the coaster? Over the past two months, S&P's Low Volatility Index lost just 1.1% vs. the overall market's 9.8% decline, and it's holding up over longer periods too (+80% over the past 10 years). New low-volatility ETFs: SPLV, LVOL, LBTA, SLVY, SLBT, BTAL.

    | Oct. 1, 2011, 8:50 AM | 11 Comments
LVOL Description
The Russell 1000 Low Volatility ETF seeks investment results that closely correspond to the total return of the Russell-Axioma U.S. Large Cap Low Volatility Index, which is designed to deliver exposure to stocks with low volatility as determined by a screening and ranking methodology applied to the output of the Axioma U.S. Equity Medium Horizon Fundamental Factor Risk model.
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