Horizons ETFs Presents at 2013 WEALTH MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, Oct-18-2013 09:30 AM
Oct 3 13
Horizons ETFs Presents at 2013 WEALTH MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, Oct-18-2013 09:30 AM. Venue: Calgary TELUS Convention Centre, 120 9th Avenue SW, Calgary, ABT2G oP3, Canada. Speakers: Howard Atkinson.
Horizons Exchange Traded Funds Inc Presents at Global Chinese Financial Forum, Sep-21-2013 09:35 AM
Sep 17 13
Horizons Exchange Traded Funds Inc Presents at Global Chinese Financial Forum, Sep-21-2013 09:35 AM. Venue: Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites, 600 Highway #7 East, Richmond Hill, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Jaime Purvis, Executive Vice-President, National Accounts.
Horizons Exchange Traded Funds Inc. and AlphaPro Management Inc. Announce the Launch of Horizons Auspice Broad Commodity Index ETF
Feb 26 13
Horizons Exchange Traded Funds Inc. and AlphaPro Management Inc. announced the launch of the Horizons Auspice Broad Commodity Index ETF (HBR), an innovative alternative strategy ETF that offers investors diversified, tactical long exposure to up to 12 different commodity futures in the energy, metals and agricultural sectors. HBR is designed to track, before fees and expenses, the Auspice Broad Commodity Excess Return Index (the Auspice Index), hedged to the Canadian dollar. The Auspice Index is a commodity futures based index developed by Calgary-based Auspice Capital Advisors Ltd. (Auspice). Auspice is a leader in the design and execution of systematic commodity trading strategies in Canada, and a seasoned manager of commodity risk. The Auspice Index uses a quantitative trend-following methodology that seeks to identify and capture uptrends in the commodity futures markets. It is tactically positioned either long or flat (zero weight) in each of the commodity futures it covers, depending on the direction of the prevailing trend. The Auspice Index is positioned long or flat in the futures of 12 diverse commodities: crude oil, natural gas, heating oil, gasoline, gold, silver, copper, corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton and sugar. If the Auspice methodology triggers a buy signal on a particular commodity, the Index will take a long position in futures contracts on that commodity. Conversely, a sell signal on a particular commodity will prompt the Index to take a flat (zero weight) position in that commodity which is essentially moved to cash.