July 30, 2012 at 07:05 AM EDT
Huntington Launches Sector Rotation ETF (HUSE)
Huntington, fresh off its initial foray into the ETF industry in June, has doubled the size of its lineup with the launch of an actively managed ETF that will implement a sector rotation strategy. The new U.S. Equity Rotation Strategy ETF (HUSE) will invest in U.S. that are included in the S&P Composite 1500, with the flexibility to over- or under-weight certain industry sectors depending on which the managers believe to have the greatest or least potential for capital appreciation given the current market environment. The idea behind the new ETF is relatively straightforward; the managers will seek to identify the most promising and least promising sectors, and tilt the portfolio accordingly. In many environments, the difference between the best and worst performing environments can be substantial. So far in 2012, the Technology SPDR (XLK) is up about 12% while the Energy SPDR (XLE) is in negative territory. [For updates on [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Three ETFs To Watch This Week: EWP, IYE, XLK Which Sector ETFs Are Cheap? Thursday’s ETF To Watch: Energy Select Sector SPDR (XLE) Daily ETF Roundup: XLK Pops With Apple, VXX Plunges Lower How An Apple (AAPL) Dividend Would Impact ETFs
Huntington, fresh off its initial foray into the ETF industry in June, has doubled the size of its lineup with the launch of an actively managed ETF that will implement a sector rotation strategy. The new U.S. Equity Rotation Strategy ETF (HUSE) will invest in U.S. that are included in the S&P Composite 1500, with the flexibility to over- or under-weight certain industry sectors depending on which the managers believe to have the greatest or least potential for capital appreciation given the current market environment.  The idea behind the new ETF is relatively straightforward; the managers will seek to identify the most promising and least promising sectors, and tilt the portfolio accordingly. In many environments, the difference between the best and worst performing environments can be substantial. So far in 2012, the Technology SPDR (XLK) is up about 12% while the Energy SPDR (XLE) is in negative territory. [For updates on [...]

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