Home ETFdb.com Syntax Launches Stratified Total Market II ETF (SYII)

Syntax Launches Stratified Total Market II ETF (SYII)

Syntax Advisors LLC has launched the Syntax Stratified Total Market II ETF (NYSE Arca: SYII), which is available to trade on the New York Stock Exchange Arca.

SYII seeks to obtain capital growth that exceeds the performance of the S&P Composite 1500® Index over a full market cycle by investing in ETFs or underlying securities that provide Stratified Weight™ U.S. total equity market exposure to companies in the 1500 Index.

Compared to cap-weighted indexes, Syntax’s approach may provide the following potential advantages:

  • Reduce the negative impact of a significant correction in an overweight sector.
  • Increase the chance of participating in all sectors during a market rally.
  • Capture a fuller range of market opportunities.

Vantage Consulting Group Inc. serves as the fund’s investment subadvisor, with James Thomas Wolfe serving as portfolio manager, according to the ETF’s registration statement.

SYII has an expense ratio of 0.35%.

Syntax Advisors provides investors with rules-based, diversified exposure to business risks via products that track Syntax Stratified Weight Indices, including the Syntax Stratified LargeCap ETF (SSPY), the Syntax Stratified MidCap ETF (SMDY), the Syntax Stratified SmallCap ETF (SSLY), the Syntax Stratified U.S. Total Market ETF (SYUS), and the Syntax Stratified U.S. Total Market Hedged ETF (SHUS).

For more information, visit www.syntaxadvisors.com.

For more news, information, and strategy, visit VettaFi.

Content continues below advertisement

newETFs.io respects the hard work of others and gives all credit to the remarkable folks at ETFdb.com. This excerpt/article was pulled from their RSS feed; click here to view the original. Please note that on occasion, the RSS feed will not have the author. When this happens this site defaults the author to "News". Make no mistake, this excerpt/article was not created by newETFs.io, it was simply shared with you.