New ETFs Take ‘Market Neutral' Approach

July 10, 2012

 

Among the newer ETFs on the market these days are funds that isolate certain factors within the universe of stocks to give investors new ways to pursue returns. One such family of ETFs from QuantShares serves up market-neutral exposure and is worth a closer look, according to an article on SmartMoney.

The following funds were listed in the article as examples of the relatively new market for market-neutral ETFs:

  • QuantShares U.S. Market Neutral Value Fund (NYSEArca: CHEP)
  • QuantShares U.S. Market Neutral Quality Fund (NYSEArca: QLT)
  • QuantShares U.S. Market Neutral Size Fund (NYSEArca: SIZ)
  • QuantShares U.S. Market Neutral High Beta Fund (NYSEArca: BTAH)
  • QuantShares U.S. Market Neutral Anti-Beta Fund (NYSEArca: BTAL)
  • QuantShares U.S. Market Neutral Momentum Fund (NYSEArca: MOM)
  • QuantShares U.S. Market Neutral Anti-Momentum Fund (NYSEArca: NOMO)

 

While investors haven’t yet flocked to the funds, they are a clear example of the innovation that has come to characterize the ETF industry, Forbes said.

For more information, visit SmartMoney.com.

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