Subversive Launches Three New Emerging Sector ETFs

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Subversive Capital Advisor has just announced the launch of three new ETFs in technology, food, and mental health sectors. The funds are called, the Subversive Decarbonization ETF (DKRB, the Subversive Food Security ETF (KCAL), and the Subversive Mental Health ETF (SANE). DKRB will invest mainly in securities involved in nuclear technology and infrastructure that supports decarbonization. KCAL follows all companies that have relations with food production, distribution, and delivery. Finally, SANE plans to invest in companies intersect into a variety of mental illnesses, fitness, sleep, nutrition, and pharmaceuticals.

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The firm stated that the funds strategies are to track mission guided emerging sectors.


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