ADME Aptus Drawdown Managed Equity ETF
What is ADME?
ADME is actively managed to select large-cap US stocks that exhibit positive fundamental and momentum characteristics combined with a downside hedge.
ADME Factset Analytics Insight
ADME is an actively-managed ETF that invests in a portfolio of 50 to 60 US companies. The equity components are drawn from a universe of the 1,000 largest US-listed common stocks and REITs. For selection, the Adviser uses a proprietary framework which takes into account factors such as yield, growth, and valuation along with momentum which signifies attractive growth opportunities altogether. The Adviser seeks to limit the fund’s exposure to equity market declines primarily by purchasing broad market puts or ETFs tracking the US equity market. In addition, ADME may also write broad market puts and hold VIX index call options. Prior to November 8, 2019, the fund traded as the index-tracking Aptus Behavioral Momentum ETF (BEMO), and was an asset allocation utilizing risk-on/risk-off strategy to toggle exposure between 100% US equities and 100% Treasury notes. On December 27, 2019, the assets, liabilities and shareholders of Aptus Fortified Value ETF (FTVA) were merged into ADME.
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Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of ADME. ADME is rated a 5 out of 5.
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