September ETF Roundup: Launches, Filings, and Closures
After a summer slowdown that saw the pace of new ETF launches decline dramatically, product development in the industry ramped up in September. The end of vacation season brought a wave of new exchange-traded products to market, including several first-to-market concepts and the introduction of a couple of new issuers. September also saw a continuation of a more recent trend: fund closures. A handful of issuers announced last month that they would be shuttering products, including the departure from the industry for one firm. New ETFs New exchange-traded products that began trading in September include: Industry newcomer QuantShares debuted a suite of seven “market neutral” ETFs that combine equal long and short positions. The result is a market neutral portfolio that is designed to capture the spread between multiple factors, including momentum, size, and beta. The new ETFs include the Momentum Fund (MOM), Anti-Momentum Fund (NOMO), Size Fund (SIZ), Quality [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Bears On Parade ETF Insider: No Job Hopes For Wall Street Bulls ETF Insider: A Week In The Green QuantShares Debuts Market Neutral ETFs Northern Trust Returns To ETF World, Launches Four FlexShares
After a summer slowdown that saw the pace of new ETF launches decline dramatically, product development in the industry ramped up in September. The end of vacation season brought a wave of new exchange-traded products to market, including several first-to-market concepts and the introduction of a couple of new issuers. September also saw a continuation of a more recent trend: fund closures. A handful of issuers announced last month that they would be shuttering products, including the departure from the industry for one firm. New ETFs New exchange-traded products that began trading in September include: Industry newcomer QuantShares debuted a suite of seven “market neutral” ETFs that combine equal long and short positions. The result is a market neutral portfolio that is designed to capture the spread between multiple factors, including momentum, size, and beta. The new ETFs include the Momentum Fund (MOM), Anti-Momentum Fund (NOMO), Size Fund (SIZ), Quality [...]

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