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The ETF: Compass EMP U.S. EQ Income 100 Enhanced Volatility Weighted ETF (CDC)

 

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Compass EMP U.S. EQ Income 100 Enhanced Volatility Weighted ETF
The objective of the Compass EMP U.S. EQ Income 100 Enhanced Volatility Weighted ETF is to track the performance of the CEMP U.S. Large Cap High Dividend 100 Long/Cash Volatility Weighted Index. The Index represents the broad U.S. Large Cap High Dividend stock market, and is designed to hedge downside risk potential. The Index universe begins with the highest 100 dividend yielding stocks of the CEMP U.S. Large Cap 500 Volatility Weighted Index. These stocks are then weighted based volatility over the last 180 trading days.

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

Ticker symbol: CDC

Fund manager: Compass EMP Funds

Fund information from Compass EMP Funds: Compass EMP U.S. EQ Income 100 Enhanced Volatility Weighted ETF

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