The SPAC and New Issue ETF
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What is SPCX?
The Fund is an actively managed exchange traded fund. In pursuing the Fund s investment objective, the Fund will at least 80% of its net assets (plus any borrowings for investment purposes) in units and shares of Special Purpose Acquisitions Corporations ( SPACs ) that have a minimum capitalization of $100 million and companies that completed an initial public offering ( IPO ) within the last two years. A SPAC is blank check company that has not yet merged with an operating company or even chosen a merger target. SPACs are formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, share exchange, asset acquisition, share purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses. SPACs often have pre-determined time frames to merge (typically two years) or the SPAC will liquidate. A SPAC generally offers units, each comprised of one share of common stock and a warrant (or portion of a warrant) to purchase common stock. A warrant is a security that allows its holder to purchase a specified amount of common stock at a specified price for a specified time. The Fund may seek to sell warrants that it receives in connection with the purchase of a SPAC s units in order to generate additional returns for shareholders. The Fund may purchase units or shares of SPACs that completed an IPO within the last two years on a secondary market or during a SPAC s IPO.
ETFs related toSPCX
ETFs correlated to SPCX include BOXX, XONE, GNMA
What is ETF correlation?
Correlation is a measure of the strength of the relationship between two ETFs. It quantifies the degree to which prices of the two ETFs typically move together.
Here, correlation is measured over the past year with the Pearson correlation coefficient (Pearon’s r), which ranges from -1 to 1.
Using ETF correlations in portfolio and strategy construction
ETF correlations can help you create investing strategies and portfolios. Use them to:
- •Build a diversified portfolio from uncorrelated or inversely correlated ETFs with the aim of minimizing portfolio risk.
- •Compare correlated or related ETFs to find one with a lower expense ratio or higher trading volume.
- •Create an investing strategy that hedges an ETF with an uncorrelated or inversely correlated ETF.
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