About the ETF: CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF [JSE:LVLTRX]
CoreShares LowVolTrax exchange traded fund (ETF) tracks the S&P South Africa Low Volatility Index. The ETF has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF
JSE listed funds
Five top facts about CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF
ETFs are passively managed funds listed on the stock market. They track the performance of an underlying index and trade on the stock market just like shares. You can buy ETFs through your stock broker.
CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in April 2014. Grindrod Bank is behind the fund.
CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF tracks the performance of the S&P South Africa Low Volatility Index. Making up the fund are 40 companies of the least volatile, liquid stocks on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF gives investors exposure to low volatile stocks, like British American Tobacco, Growthpoint and Datatec. The fund pays out a quarterly dividend to investors.
CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF has assets under management of over 21 million.
Chart of CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF’s share price
For more financial information about CoreShares LowVolTrax ETF, click here
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