The market for exchange-traded funds has gotten so large that investors can use them to express their views on essentially any region, asset class, strategy or sector. Increasingly, however, fund providers are trying to offer ways for investors to express their thoughts on politics through where they put their money…
From Daily Caller
A Texas-based investment firm is launching the first exchange traded fund (ETF) that will invest in stocks that are highly supportive of federal Republican candidates including President Donald Trump, The Daily Caller has learned…
From New York Times:
NEW YORK — A planned index fund is hoping to “make America great again” by investing in companies that support the Republican Party…
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A planned index fund is hoping to “make America great again” by investing in companies that support the Republican Party…
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