ETF Trends
ETF Trends

Global X, a provider known for its niche exchange traded fund products, has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to add four specialized ETFs that seek to provide investors exposure to hedge-fund and other money manager strategies.

According to a regulatory filing the new passively indexed ETFs include:

  • Global X Top Hedge Fund Equity Holdings ETF. The fund includes top U.S.-listed equity positions held by a select group of the world’s premier value investors
  • Global X Top Value Guru Holdings ETF. The fund tracks the top U.S.-listed equity positions held by a select group of the world’s premier value investors.
  • Global X Top Activist Investor Holdings ETF. The fund follows the equity positions of the world’s premier activist investors.
  • Global X Listed Hedge Funds ETF. The fund holds securities and GDRs of publicly listed hedge funds globally.

Index Unverse was the first to report on the Global X registration.

The filing does not include ticker symbols or expense ratios. The new ETFs are based on Structured Solutions AG indices, which include securities based on quarterly hedge fund and activist investor filings with the SEC. Consequently, the ETFs will rebalance quarterly.

Hedge funds cater to sophisticated investors, with a net worth of more than $1 million, and use investment strategies like leveraged, long, short and other derivative positions. The new funds help provide hedge fund-like strategies to the average retail investor.

On Tuesday, the first U.S.-listed hedge fund replication ETF, IQ Hedge Multi-Strategy Tracker ETF (NYSEArca: QAI), celebrated its 3-year anniversary.

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