BMO rolls out eight new ETFs
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Read our community guidelines here. Article text size A. Open this photo in gallery: Published May 26, Updated May 9, Story continues below advertisement. Follow us on Twitter globeandmail Opens in a new window. Log in Subscribe to comment Why do I need to subscribe? I'm a print subscriber, link to my account Subscribe to comment Why do I need to subscribe? The industrial sector includes companies involved in construction and manufacturing, an area where demand tends to grow in the early stages of an economic recovery.
Currently, ZIN contains 18 different companies involved in businesses such as rail transportation, airplanes and engineering. Company specific risk in ZIN is mitigated by utilizing an equal weighting methodology where each of the holdings will be rebalanced to an equal weight semi-annually. When we compare the current price to the lows of about one year ago it is obvious the upper plot is higher relative to the lower plot.
A technical analyst would rank the TSX Industrials to be a relative out perform vs. One could now reasonably assume that investors who seek to outperform the broader TSX composite would elect to acquire exposure to the industrial sector and thanks to the folks at BMO Asset Management exposure is only a phone call or mouse click away.
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