Hamilton ETFs

Hamilton ETFs Announces Monthly Distributions for November 2022

TORONTO, November 23, 2022 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs”) is pleased to announce the cash distributions for its ETFs with monthly payouts, all of which trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, for the month ended November 30, 2022. The ex-dividend date for these distributions is anticipated to be November 29, 2022, for all unitholders of record on November 30, 2022. The distributions will be…

Banques canadiennes : Trois éléments à surveiller dans le quatrième trimestre

Malgré la performance des marchés ce mois de novembre, les actions des banques canadiennes sont en baisse d’environ 15 % d’un sommet à l’autre, ce qui reflète l’inquiétude du marché face à une éventuelle récession mondiale causée par les banques centrales qui relèvent agressivement les taux d’intérêt dans le but de contenir l’inflation. Dans le même temps, les banques centrales s’engagent également dans une politique relativement…

Canadian Banks: Three Things to Watch in Q4

Even with the strong November, Canadian bank stocks are down ~15% peak-to-trough, reflecting the market’s concern of a possible global recession caused by central banks aggressively raising interest rates with the goal of taming inflation. At the same time, central bankers are also engaging in the relatively new policy of quantitative tightening (the effect of which cannot be quantified). The decline in Canadian bank share prices…

HDIV – Adding HFIN, Selling FLI to Increase Cdn Banks, Remove U.S. Lifecos, Significantly Reduce Fees

As investors in Hamilton Enhanced Multi-Sector Covered Call ETF (HDIV) and Hamilton Enhanced U.S. Covered Call ETF (HYLD, HYLD.U) know, we aim to create higher income ETF versions of the S&P/TSX 60 and S&P 500, respectively by investing in various covered call strategies. Today’s insight discusses the recent changes to HDIV’s portfolio, and why we believe they will help better achieve HDIV’s investment objective of providing…

Hamilton ETFs Announces Monthly Distributions for October 2022

TORONTO, October 24, 2022 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs”) is pleased to announce the cash distributions for its ETFs with monthly payouts, all of which trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, for the month ended October 31, 2022. The ex-dividend date for these distributions is anticipated to be October 28, 2022, for all unitholders of record on October 31, 2022. The distributions will be…

HYLD – Adding JEPI, Selling HBF for Higher Yield, Added Diversification, Lower Fees

As investors in HDIV and HYLD know, we aim to create higher income ETF versions of the S&P/TSX 60 and S&P 500, respectively by investing in various covered call strategies. Today’s insight discusses the recent changes to HYLD’s portfolio, and why we believe they will help better achieve HYLD’s investment objective of providing attractive monthly income and the opportunity for long-term capital appreciation. Adding JPMorgan Equity…

Market Outlook with Ed Yardeni

On October 13, 2022, we hosted a Market Outlook with Ed Yardeni, moderated by Rob Wessel, in which the prominent Wall Street strategist provided his outlook on U.S. and global equity markets, preferred sectors, the current geopolitical environment, and the implications of changing fiscal/monetary policy. Please register below to access the replay (58 min). Disclaimer: Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with…

Hamilton ETFs Announces Distributions for September 2022

TORONTO, September 22, 2022 – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton ETFs”) is pleased to announce the monthly and quarterly cash distributions for its ETFs, all of which trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, for the period ended September 30, 2022. The ex-dividend date for these distributions is anticipated to be September 28, 2022, for all unitholders of record on September 29, 2022. The distributions will be…

Banques canadiennes : Les investisseurs devraient-ils s’inquiéter (davantage) ? (fQ3 en graphiques)

Étant donné que le marché a intégré un risque plus élevé de récession, les actions des banques canadiennes ont chuté d’environ 20 % en seulement cinq mois, dont une baisse d’environ 10 % depuis que le secteur a commencé à publier ses résultats du troisième trimestre à la fin du mois d’août. Le marché est inquiet que les banques centrales provoquent une récession en augmentant agressivement…

Obtenez davantage des services publics canadiens avec le FNB amélioré services publics Hamilton (HUTS)

Un revenu mensuel plus élevé grâce aux sociétés de services publics canadiennes de premier ordre En s’appuyant sur le succès du FNB amélioré banques canadiennes Hamilton (HCAL) – le FNB bancaire canadien le plus performant depuis sa création[1] – nous sommes heureux d’annoncer le lancement du FNB amélioré services publics Hamilton, qui commencera à se négocier à la Bourse de Toronto sous le symbole ” HUTS…

Get More from Canadian Utilities with the Hamilton Enhanced Utilities ETF (HUTS)

Higher Monthly Income from Blue-Chip Canadian Utilities Companies Building off the success of the Hamilton Enhanced Canadian Bank ETF (HCAL) – the top performing Canadian bank ETF since its inception[1] – we are pleased to announce the launch of the Hamilton Enhanced Utilities ETF, which will begin trading on the TSX under the ticker, “HUTS” on Tuesday, September 6, 2022. HUTS provides exposure to a portfolio…

Canadian Banks: Should Investors be (More) Worried? (fQ3 in Charts)

As the market has priced in a higher risk of a recession, Canadian bank stocks have declined ~20% in just 5 months, including a ~10% decline since the sector started reporting Q3 results in late August. The market is worried that central banks will cause a recession as they aggressively raise interest rates to tame inflation. Further complicating their job is that central banks are simultaneously…

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