AdvisorShares Files For Pring Turner Dow Jones Business Cycle ETF

April 16, 2012 11:11am NEW FILING NYSE:DBIZ

AdvisorShares has filed paperwork with the SEC for a “Pring Turner Dow Jones Business Cycle ETF.” The Pring Turner Dow Jones Business Cycle ETF (the “Fund”) seeks long-term total return from capital appreciation and income. They plan to trade the fund on the


NYSE Arca under the symbol: DBIZ. They did not specify an expense ratio in the initial filing.

PRINCIPAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES

The overriding investment goal of the Fund is to protect the value of the Fund’s portfolio during unfavorable market conditions and to grow the value of the Fund’s portfolio in favorable market conditions. Utilizing its proprietary business cycle research, Pring Turner Capital Group (the “Sub-Advisor”) proactively changes the Fund’s asset allocation and sector emphasis in seeking to minimize the Fund’s portfolio risk and to optimize portfolio returns throughout the business cycle. The Sub-Advisor will invest the Fund’s portfolio in securities that provide diversified exposure to the three primary asset classes (i.e., stocks, bonds and commodities) across a wide range of economic sectors.

In seeking its objective, the Fund may invest in U.S. and foreign equity securities, including common and preferred stock, American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”), high quality corporate debt securities (rated BBB or higher), affiliated and unaffiliated exchange traded funds (“ETFs”), exchange-traded notes (“ETNs”), and cash and cash equivalents. The Fund may invest in securities of any capitalization range and in any market sector at any time as necessary to seek to achieve the Fund’s investment objective.

For the complete filing click: HERE


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