Pacer adjusts buffers and caps after first successful year of its popular structured outcome series
Pacer ETFs (“Pacer”), an ETF provider that offers strategy-driven, rules-based ETFs, announces the adjusted caps for its January line up of the Pacer Swan SOS ETF family which include the Pacer Swan SOS Conservative (January) ETF (“PSCX”), Pacer Swan SOS Moderate (January) ETF (“PSMD”), and Pacer Swan SOS Flex (January) ETF (“PSFD”). The lineup was previously called the December lineup but is now the January lineup. As of today, these ETFs will reset their buffers and offer adjusted caps lasting for an approximate 12-month target-outcome period.
Launched in December 2020, the Pacer Swan SOS ETF family aims to offer investors a built-in downside buffer in the event of a market down cycle while also providing exposure to market growth up to a predetermined cap. Each ETF comes with a varied structured outcome strategy depending on an investor’s risk tolerance.
“Over the past two years, the market environment has changed dramatically and investors are looking for ETFs that can take advantage of the ongoing volatility with a risk-managed approach,” says Pacer ETFs Distributors President Sean O’Hara. “Our SOS series looks to provide investors with ETF products that complement existing portfolios that strive to both minimize risk and grow capital.”
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About Pacer ETFs
Pacer ETFs is a strategy-driven exchange-traded fund provider with 42 ETFs and over $9.7 billion in assets under management, as of Dec. 16, 2021. Pacer ETFs is focused on addressing investors’ needs through its six fund families, the Pacer Trendpilot® Series, Pacer Cash Cows Index® Series, Pacer Custom ETF Series, Pacer Leaders ETF Series, Pacer Factor ETF Series and Pacer Swan SOS ETF Series.
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