O’Leary’s O’Shares Seeks Big Additions to its ETF Lineup

O’Shares Investments, the exchange traded funds issuer founded by “Shark Tank” personality Kevin O’Leary, is looking to make significant additions to its ETF lineup.

A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission indicates O’Shares is looking to add as many as 17 ETFs to its stable.

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“All the proposed offerings have ‘quality’ in the name and would employ a passive investing approach. The investable universe of these funds includes emerging-market equities, small-cap U.S. stocks, preferred shares, and even corporate credit,” reports Luke Kawa for Bloomberg.


The O’Shares FTSE US Quality Dividend ETF (NYSEArca: OUSA), the first O’Shares ETF, has enjoyed rapid success. Just about a year old, OUSA has over $240 million in assets under management.