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State Street Plans Active ETFs

By: ETFdb
The dawn of the second quarter of 2011 has seemingly brought a fresh round of momentum to the active ETF space, as the logjam at the SEC has been broken–at least initially–and some major names in both the ETF and mutual fund space have inched closer towards rolling out actively-managed ETFs. State Street, the issuer behind the two largest U.S.-listed passive ETFs, became the latest to throw its name into the ring as a potential issuer of active ETFs. In a recent SEC filing the company detailed six active ETFs covering various asset classes and investment strategies: SSgA Real Assets ETF: This fund would seek “to achieve real return consisting of capital appreciation and current income” according to the filing, and would invest primarily in exchange-traded products offering exposure to four asset classes: 1) TIPS, 2) domestic and international real estate, 3) commodities, and 4) equities of companies in the [...] Click here to read the original article on Related Posts: Size Does Matter (To a Point): Study of ETF Liquidity March ETF Roundup: Launches, Filings, and Closures Recapping Impressive Innovation In Bond ETF Space Bond ETFs That Steer Clear Of Interest Rate Risk PowerShares Debuts Senior Loan ETF (BKLN)
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