November 16, 2012 at 07:00 AM EST
Newcomers Radiance And ETF Issuer Solutions Fill The Pipeline
Following the presidential election at home, U.S. markets have seen nothing but downside. Investors have quite clearly expressed their fears over the looming “fiscal cliff,” as made apparent by the rampant profit-taking on Wall Street all week. Amid the broad-based “risk off” wave, RBS debuted five new commodity ETNs inspired by legendary investor Jim Rogers, while two newcomers filled up the product development pipeline [Download 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. Radiance Asset Management, backed by U.S. Bancorp, is planning make a splash onto the ETF stage with both active and passive product offerings: Domestic Equity ETF: According to the SEC filing, this will be the firm’s first actively-manged ETF designed to generate long-term capital appreciation. The fund’s security selection process will be based on both qualitative and quantitative metrics; the underlying portfolio may include common stocks, ETFs, preferred stocks, direct equity interests in trusts, partnerships, joint ventures and even convertible debt instruments [see [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: No Related Posts
Following the presidential election at home, U.S. markets have seen nothing but downside. Investors have quite clearly expressed their fears over the looming “fiscal cliff,” as made apparent by the rampant profit-taking on Wall Street all week. Amid the broad-based “risk off” wave, RBS debuted five new commodity ETNs inspired by legendary investor Jim Rogers, while two newcomers filled up the product development pipeline [Download 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. Radiance Asset Management, backed by U.S. Bancorp, is planning make a splash onto the ETF stage with both active and passive product offerings: Domestic Equity ETF: According to the SEC filing, this will be the firm’s first actively-manged ETF designed to generate long-term capital appreciation. The fund’s security selection process will be based on both qualitative and quantitative metrics; the underlying portfolio may include common stocks, ETFs, preferred stocks, direct equity interests in trusts, partnerships, joint ventures and even convertible debt instruments [see [...]

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