Credit Suisse 130/30 Large Cap Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETF traded in the U.S. markets, Credit Suisse 130/30 Large Cap Index ETF gathers total assets under management of 0. The average expense ratio is 0.45%. Credit Suisse 130/30 Large Cap Index ETF can be found in the following asset class:

  • Equity

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Odds & Ends: Closures Start 2022 Strong

Plus, a pair of launches and a range of share splits from ProShares. Analysis

The Long/Short ETF Mousetrap: CSM A Winner

Sometimes the hype is real. Analysis

You’re In The Wrong Large Cap ETF

With the S&P 500 topping 2,000, it’s worth understanding how you ended up in the wrong large-cap ETF.

Features and News

ProShares Slashes Fee On CSM By More Than Half

ProShares looks to raise the profile of its 130-30 ETF, ‘CSM.’

ETF Report

 Does Hedge Fund Replication Work?

Just days after the stock market hit its March 2009 bottom, IndexIQ, a tiny index provider, launched its first exchange-traded fund, the IQ Hedge Multi-Strategy Tracker ETF (NYSE Arca: QAI). As far as attracting investors, the timing proved inauspicious. Most investors were shellshocked after witnessing the stock market plummet more than 50 percent in 18 months. However, inside the ETF industry, the fund’s hedge fund replication strategy drew much interest. In April, the ETF won Most Innovative ETF and its eponymous index won Most Innovative Index at the 9th Annual Closed-End Funds & Global ETFs Forum, the first time a single firm won awards in both categories. Analysis

Quant ETF Opportunity?

In the last month, I’ve written about two long/short quant products, which I think may be about to experience some unusual volatility in this quarter’s market environment. Using any dips in these products as potential buying opportunities will make for a strategic long-term bet.

Features and News

An Early Peek At 130/30 ETF Strategies

Is CSM really sluggish out of the gate? Looking beneath the hood reveals some interesting notes about how it’s trying to gain some alpha. Analysis

Hedging Comes To Main Street

If markets are really heading into the sweet spot for 130/30 funds, which ETP is right for you?