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Products introduced over the last week include a small-cap ETF from WisdomTree and three mutual funds from Westwood Holdings Group.
WisdomTree Investments, an ETF sponsor and asset manager, reported net income of $7.9 million for the first quarter of 2013, up seven times from the year ago quarter and 50% from the fourth quarter of 2012.
This low-cost exchange-traded fund offers an attractive yield while diversifying risk.
With a simple approach to dividend investing, this fund’s performance has earned 4 stars.
Company also has fund ready for weakness in the greenback, which will maximize holdings in exporters.
A large 18% allocation to Russian companies will result in a more volatile portfolio.
New ETF holds debt from 12 Australasian nations, but not from Japan.
The new actively managed ETF targets positive returns in rising and falling markets.
Firm follows BlackRock, Deutsche Bank and WisdomTree in rolling out currency-hedged offerings.