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The ETF: RBS US Large Cap Alternator ETN (ALTL)

 

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RBS US Large Cap Alternator ETN
The objective of the RBS US Large Cap Alternator ETN is to provide investors with exposure to the RBS US Large Cap Alternator Index (USD). The Index uses a relative strength strategy to provide exposure to either the S&P 500 Total Return Index, the S&P 500 Low Volatility Total Return Index or the S&P 500 Equal Weight Total Return Index, depending at any given time on the relative performance of the Underlying Indices as measured by their Relative Strength Scores.

Investment type: ETN (Exchange-Traded Note); listed on the U.S. NYSE exchange

(Note that ETNs, unlike ETFs, are subject to risk if the issuing bank has its credit rating lowered or enters bankruptcy.)

Ticker symbol: ALTL

Fund manager: The Royal Bank of Scotland

Fund information from The Royal Bank of Scotland: RBS US Large Cap Alternator ETN

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