VanEck Launches Dynamic High Income ETF

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VanEck has just announced the launch of a new actively managed ETF aiming for high yields. The VanEck Dynamic High Income ETF (INC) looks to offer investors a diversified portfolio of some of the highest yielding areas of fixed income and equity income markets. The portfolio for INC will be made up primarily of ETFs assessing volatility data to maximize the yield per unit of risk. A quote from VanEck’s portfolio manager states, “Amidst rising rate, global volatility and increased economic uncertainty, an active approach that seeks income across a wide range of fixed income and equity exposures will be a powerful tool for investors and advisors.”

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INC is available on the NYSE and joins three other asset allocation ETFS: RAAX, MAXX, and LFEQ.


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