Hamilton ETFs - HCAL & HMAX: Top Performing Canadian Bank ETF

July 11, 2023

Canada's Highest Yielding Financials ETF

HMAX is designed for attractive monthly income, while providing exposure to a market cap-weighted portfolio of Canadian financial services stocks. To reduce volatility and augment dividend income, HMAX will employ an active covered call strategy.

This ETF is a good fit for investors who want a higher monthly income, blue-chip Canadian banks/financial exposure, tax efficient distributions, and reduced volatility from options strategy.

For more information on Hamilton ETFs (HMAX), please visit their website at hamiltonetfs.com/etf/hmax/

HCAL is designed for higher dividends and growth

Hamilton ETFs is a Canadian investment manager. They specialize in the global financial services sector, with a portfolio management team boasting over 60 years of combined experience. Further, the firm’s specialized investment focus is driven by proprietary research, analysis, and analytical tools. Hamilton ETFs is also an active commentator on the global financial services sector.

The Hamilton Enhanced Canadian Bank ETF (TSX: HCAL) offers investors a higher growth potential and higher dividends through its exposure to Canada’s “Big Six” banks with 25% leverage. Another benefit is the exposure to mean reversion, a strategy with historical index outperformance vs. equal weight and covered call Canadian bank strategies as well as monthly distributions.

For more information on Hamilton ETFs  (TSX: HMAX, TSX: HCAL) please visit their website at hamiltonetfs.com.

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