ETF Trends takes a condensed look at five new ETF products launched today, July 14.
Cambria Expands on Shareholder Yield Suite
Cambria launched the Cambria Emerging Shareholder Yield ETF (BATS: EYLD). EYLD tracks the Cambria Emerging Shareholder Yield Index, which is comprised of emerging market stocks ranked by dividend payments and net stock buybacks, key components of shareholder yield. Additionally, the underlying index screens for value, quality and companies that demonstrate low financial leverage. The fund comes with a 0.69% expense ratio.
Invesco PowerShares Adds Momentum, Low-Vol Rotation Strategy
PowerShares has teamed up with Dorsey, Wright & Associates, again, to launch the PowerShares DWA Momentum & Low Volatility Rotation Portfolio (NasdaqGM: DWLV). As the name suggests, DWLV combines low-volatility with momentum in a blended strategy to capture high-flying stocks that have exhibited smaller swings in an attempt to limit drawdowns during market turns while capturing upside growth. The fund may include both U.S. and international market exposure. The ETF comes with a 0.52% expense ratio.
Janus’ VelocityShares Brings Out Three Dynamic Volatility-Related ETNs
VelocityShares launched the VelocityShares VIX Variable Long/Short ETN (NYSEArca: LSVX), VelocityShares VIX Tail Risk ETN (NYSEArca: BSWN) and VelocityShares VIX Short Volatility Hedged ETN (NYSEArca: XIVH). The Volatility-Strategy ETNs utilize a systematic approach to investing in VIX futures that has a net long or net short volatility position that varies due to daily changes in the volatility market, according to a press release. Specifically, LSVX has a 0% target net volatility allocation, BSWN has a 35% target net volatility allocation and XIVH has a -70% target net volatility allocation. The ETNs have a 1.30% expense ratio.