ArrowShares – Our Exchange Traded Solutions
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ArrowShares is the exchange traded product line of Arrow Funds. Our mission is to provide exchange traded investments using Smart Beta SolutionsTM strategies that seek to enhance returns, mitigate risk and target new opportunities for the ever-changing global market environment.
| ||Arrow DWA Tactical: Macro ETF (DWAT) |
- Provides access to a tactical global macro strategy
- Exposure to U.S. and international equities, with global exposure to fixed income, commodities and currencies
- Core strategy with a strict relative strength buy and sell discipline
- Access to the technical analysis expertise of Dorsey Wright & Associates (DWA)
| ||Arrow Reserve Capital Management ETF (ARCM) |
- Conservative ultra short-term fixed income strategy
- Designed to provide an alternative to low yielding money market and non-yielding cash positions
- Sub-advised by Halyard Asset Management, LLC
| ||Arrow Dow Jones Global Yield ETF (GYLD) |
- Provides global exposure to traditional and alternative sources of yield
- Equal-weighted to reduce over-exposure to individual securities, as typically experienced by cap-weighted indexes
- Index methodology follows a strict screening process with quarterly rebalancing
| ||Arrow DWA Tactical: International ETF (DWCR) |
- Global Growth- momentum focus
- Diversification tool for traditional international portfolios (Complements Value and Cap-weighted)
- May be negatively correlated within and across countries
| ||Arrow Reverse Cap 500 ETF (YPS)
Arrow Reverse Cap 500 ETF is not available for purchase. A registration statement, which is not complete and may change, has been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Shares of the Fund may not be sold until the registration statement becomes effective.
It is proposed that Reverse Cap Weighted U.S. Large Cap ETF (the “Predecessor Fund”), a series of ETF Series Solutions will be Reorganized into the Fund, and the Fund will become a continuation of the Predecessor Fund. Shareholders of the Predecessor Fund have not yet approved the Reorganization, and the Reorganization must be approved by shareholders of the Predecessor Fund before the Reorganization may occur. In addition to shareholder approval, the completion of the Reorganization is dependent upon the parties fulfilling their duties under an Agreement and Plan of Reorganization.