How Do ‘Return Stacked’ ETFs Work?

How Do ‘Return Stacked’ ETFs Work?

ReSolve Asset Management’s Gordillo talks about the return stacking strategy.

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Reviewed by: etf.com Staff
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Edited by: Kent Thune
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The Return Stacked US Stocks & Managed Futures ETF (RSST) has been a hit this year. The fund has picked up nearly $125 million in assets in eight months, an impressive showing for a new exchange-traded fund.

RSST uses a “return stacking” strategy that provides investors with exposure to both U.S. stocks and managed futures.

What is return stacking and how does it benefit investors?

In this episode of Exchange Traded Fridays, etf.com Senior Analyst Sumit Roy sits down with Rodrigo Gordillo, president of ReSolve Asset Management and trading advisor to the Return Stacked ETFs, to discuss. 

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