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Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Em Mkts Equity ETF (GEM-N)

Last Price Recorded: $34.8000 on 2017-12-15

ON STOCKCHASE SINCE Feb 2017

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Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Em Mkts Equity ETF (GEM-N)

Last Price Recorded: $34.8000 on 2017-12-15

ON STOCKCHASE SINCE Feb 2017

E.T.F.'s

Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Em Mkts Equity ETF


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COMMENT

A lot of ETF’s are static in nature, and are truly passive, 30% China, 30% Russia, 20% India, etc. What is attractive about this one is that you have the bright minds in Goldman Sachs. It is an actively managed ETF. They are not just statically buying a basket, they could go to 0% China if they wanted. MER is only 20 basis points.

E.T.F.'s

A lot of ETF’s are static in nature, and are truly passive, 30% China, 30% Russia, 20% India, etc. What is attractive about this one is that you have the bright minds in Goldman Sachs. It is an actively managed ETF. They are not just statically buying a basket, they could go to 0% China if they wanted. MER is only 20 basis points.

E.T.F.'s
Mike S. Newton, CIM FCSI

Director & Portfolio Manager, Scotia Wealth Manage...

PricePrice
$34.610
Owned Owned
Unknown

TOP PICK

Emerging markets are breaking out from a long-term, 5-7 years, sideways move. The valuation on this is really interesting. The weighted average P/E ratio is 13.7. It is about 70% Asia, and more specifically about a quarter is China. Has had a good run being up about 25% in 12 months, but thinks that will continue.

E.T.F.'s

Emerging markets are breaking out from a long-term, 5-7 years, sideways move. The valuation on this is really interesting. The weighted average P/E ratio is 13.7. It is about 70% Asia, and more specifically about a quarter is China. Has had a good run being up about 25% in 12 months, but thinks that will continue.

E.T.F.'s
Mike S. Newton, CIM FCSI

Director & Portfolio Manager, Scotia Wealth Manage...

PricePrice
$29.260
Owned Owned
Yes

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