Hamilton ETFs

Hamilton ETFs Announces October 2020 Distributions for HCA, HCAL

TORONTO, October 22, 2020 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs”) is pleased to announce the monthly cash distributions for its Hamilton Canadian Bank Mean Reversion Index ETF (ticker “HCA”) and Hamilton Canadian Bank 1.25x Leverage ETF (ticker “HCAL”), both of which trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, for the month ended October 31, 2020. The ex-dividend date for each distribution is anticipated to be October…

Hamilton ETFs Launches Hamilton Canadian Bank 1.25x Leverage ETF

TORONTO, October 14, 2020 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs“) is pleased to announce the launch of the Hamilton Canadian Bank 1.25x Leverage ETF (“HCAL“). HCAL seeks to replicate, to the extent reasonably possible and before the deduction of fees and expenses, a 1.25 times multiple of the Solactive Canadian Bank Mean Reversion Index. HCAL has closed the offering of its initial units. Units of…

Hamilton Canadian Bank 1.25x Leverage ETF (HCAL) – Get More from the Canadian Banks

We are excited to announce the launch of the Hamilton Canadian Bank 1.25x Leverage ETF, which will begin trading on the TSX under the ticker HCAL on Thursday, October 15th. HCAL will provide exposure to Canada’s ‘big 6’ banks, with enhanced return potential and a targeted yield of over 6%, paid monthly. HCAL builds on our innovative Canadian Bank mean reversion strategy. Specifically, HCAL’s investment objective is…

Globe & Mail on HCAL: If the worst is over for Canadian bank stocks, here’s a strategy

The Globe & Mail was quick to cover our latest ETF, the Hamilton Canadian Bank 1.25x Leverage ETF (HCAL), launching on October 15, 2020. The article below explains how a mean-reversion strategy with a modest 25% of leverage can produce bigger gains while boosting the dividend to more than 6%. If the worst is over for Canadian bank stocks, here’s a strategy The Globe and Mail (Ontario Edition)…

Hamilton ETFs Announces September 2020 Distributions

TORONTO, September 23, 2020 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs”) is pleased to announce the cash distributions for its suite of financial services ETFs, all of which trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, for the period ended September 30, 2020. Regular cash distributions The ex-dividend date for these distributions is anticipated to be September 29, 2020, for all unitholders of record on September 30, 2020.…

Australian Banks: Entering Recovery Stage of Credit Cycle (in 6 Charts)

In this insight, we share 6 charts that, in our view, indicate that the Australian banking sector – one of the world’s strongest – has entered the recovery stage of the credit cycle, which should be supportive of share prices. In the past, we have described the Canadian and Australian banking sectors as being akin to fraternal twins given their significant similarities, as well as those…

Hamilton ETFs Announces Q3 2020 Monthly Distributions for HCA

TORONTO, July 24, 2020 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs”) is pleased to announce the monthly cash distributions for its Hamilton Canadian Bank Mean Reversion Index ETF (ticker “HCA”), which trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange, for the third quarter of 2020. The ex-dividend date for each month’s distribution is indicated in the table below (column, “Ex-dividend date”), for all unitholders of record on the…

Australian Banks: Outperformance vs Canada (akin to Canadian Bank #4)

In this insight we review the performance of the Australian banks versus the Canadian banks and discuss why Canadian bank investors should consider the Hamilton Australian Bank Equal-Weight Index ETF (ticker: HBA). Launched on June 29, 2020, HBA aims to replicate (net of fees) the performance of the Solactive Australian Bank Equal-Weight Index TR (SOLBAEWT) and is currency hedged. The SOLBAEWT index, which tracks the performance…

Hamilton ETFs Launches Four ETFs and Announces Completion of Mergers

TORONTO, June 29, 2020 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs”) is pleased to announce the launch of four new ETFs (each a “Continuing Fund” and, collectively, the “Continuing Funds”) following the successful completion of the previously announced mergers shown in the table below (each a “Merger” and collectively the “Mergers”). The offering of each Continuing Funds’ initial units, which were contingent on the completion of…

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