July 2012 ETF Roundup: Launches, Filings, And Closures
July proved to be yet another eventful month as multiple ETF issuers wasted no time in rolling out over ten new products in the past several weeks. Though usually a slower season in regards to product development, this summer has had no shortage of new activity. Investors now have more options than ever as issuers continue to seek out new and innovative product offerings. Though July was another up/down month in the global stock markets, the ETP industry showed strength through its continued growth. This past month’s launches are a diversified mix of exchange-traded products including equities, fixed income and currency offerings. Among the new additions are a “Random Roger” actively-managed fund and a new Master Limited Partnership ETN. The commodity front was rather quiet after a busy month in June, but two new currency offerings focused on the Australian dollar are sure to entertain investors; if not with their [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Uncertainty Is Here To Stay Australia ETFs: 9 Ways To Play ProShares Launches Geared Aussie Dollar ETFs Global X Launches “Super Income” Preferred Stock ETF (SPFF) ProShares Adds 3x, -3x Financials ETFs
July proved to be yet another eventful month as multiple ETF issuers wasted no time in rolling out over ten new products in the past several weeks. Though usually a slower season in regards to product development, this summer has had no shortage of new activity. Investors now have more options than ever as issuers continue to seek out new and innovative product offerings. Though July was another up/down month in the global stock markets, the ETP industry showed strength through its continued growth. This past month’s launches are a diversified mix of exchange-traded products including equities, fixed income and currency offerings. Among the new additions are a “Random Roger” actively-managed fund and a new Master Limited Partnership ETN. The commodity front was rather quiet after a busy month in June, but two new currency offerings focused on the Australian dollar are sure to entertain investors; if not with their [...]

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