Pacer: Traditional Value ETFs Are Flawed

Pacer: Traditional Value ETFs Are Flawed

Pacer’s O’Hara discusses his firm’s cash cow ETFs.

Reviewed by: Staff
Edited by: Kent Thune
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Pacer ETFs is flying high. The issuer of exchange-traded funds has quietly amassed nearly $40 billion in assets under management over the past several years.  

In this episode of Exchange Traded Fridays, senior analyst Sumit Roy and wealth management editor Jeff Benjamin sit down with Sean O'Hara, president of Pacer, to discuss the cash cow ETFs, as well as Pacer’s other funds and the issuer's plans for the future. 
Among the ETFs powering Pacer’s ascent are its suite of cash cow funds. Designed to be a better way to invest in value stocks, the cash cow ETFs, like the Pacer US Cash Cows 100 ETF (COWZ) and the Pacer US Small Cap Cash Cows 100 ETF (CALF), have delivered on their promise. 

Both funds have outperformed their traditional value counterparts since inception and investors have awarded them with billions of dollars' worth of inflows. 

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