ActivTrades Launches New LATAM40 ETF
ActivTrades is happy to announce the launching of a new ETF for our Latin American clients. The new LATAM40 ETF (ticker: ILF) combines a Portfolio of companies in Latin America (LATAM) based of 40 Blue Chips which captures 70% of the region total market, drawn from 5 major Latin American Countries: Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile. The 40 blue chips are diversified across different sectors and countries. It is an open product available for ALL ActivTrades clients with DEMO and REAL accounts, allowing diversification in a promising market.
LATAM40 offers access, exposure and tracking of 40 of the largest Latin American stocks a single fund. The fund generally invests at a majority of its assets in the component securities of its underlying index and in investments that have economic characteristics identical to the component securities of its underlying index. It seeks to track the investment results of the S&P Latin America 40TM (the “underlying index”), which is comprised of selected equities trading on the exchanges of five Latin American countries.
Below you can see a list of the Top 25 Blue Chips.
Here is a composition by sectors.
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