The SoFi Enhanced Yield ETF will offer a monthly income solution for investors via investments in treasury bills and options, actively managed by ZEGA Financial
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SoFi Technologies, Inc. (“SoFi”), the digital personal finance company, today announced the launch of the SoFi Enhanced Yield ETF (NYSE Arca: THTA).
With THTA, SoFi is providing a distinct way to generate monthly income for investors who are seeking a distinct way to do so, with the fund distributing monthly distributions via a portfolio of one to three month short-term Treasury Bills while also implementing a data-driven options overlay strategy.
Funds & Flexibility
THTA provides a simple, liquid way to diversify one’s portfolio by introducing what is a fast-growing emerging asset class: options-powered income strategies.
The new fund will also take advantage of tax loss harvesting opportunities in addition to utilizing ZEGA options strategy.
THTA & Portfolio Management
The SoFi Enhanced Yield ETF’s options strategy will be actively managed by ZEGA Financial, a leader in options-focused investing.
The investing landscape has expanded beyond the traditional 60/40 to include assets that can offer more targeted objectives and increased diversification benefits. The SoFi Enhanced Yield ETF was designed as a modern, alternative strategy that can cater to investors seeking potentially higher-yielding investment options.
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Written Options Risk. The Fund will incur a loss as a result of writing (selling) options (also referred to as a short position) if the price of the written option instrument increases in value between the date the Fund writes the option and the date on which the Fund purchases an offsetting position. The Fund’s losses are potentially large in a written put transaction and potentially unlimited in a written call transaction. Because of the fund’s strategy of coupling written and purchased puts and call options with the same expiration date and different strike prices, the Fund expects that the maximum potential loss for the Fund for any given credit spread is equal to the difference between the strike prices minus any net premium received. Nonetheless, because up to 90% of the Fund’s portfolio may be subject to this risk – the value of an investment in the Fund – could decline significantly and without warning, including to zero.
Derivatives Risk. Derivatives include instruments and contracts that are based on and valued in relation to one or more underlying securities, financial benchmarks, indices, or other reference obligations or measures of value. Major types of derivatives include options. Depending on how the Fund uses derivatives and the relationship between the market value of the derivative and the underlying instrument, the use of derivatives could increase or decrease the Fund’s exposure to the risks of the underlying instrument. Using derivatives can have a leveraging effect if the Sub-Adviser is unable to set an appropriate spread between two options held by the Fund and increase Fund volatility. In that event, a small investment in derivatives could have a potentially large impact on the Fund’s performance. Derivatives transactions can be highly illiquid and difficult to unwind or value, and changes in the value of a derivative held by the Fund may not correlate with the value of the underlying instrument or the Fund’s other investments. Many of the risks applicable to trading the instruments underlying derivatives are also applicable to derivatives trading. Financial reform laws have changed many aspects of financial regulation applicable to derivatives. Once implemented, new regulations, including margin, clearing, and trade execution requirements, may make derivatives more costly, may limit their availability, may present different risks or may otherwise adversely affect the value or performance of these instruments. The extent and impact of these regulations are not yet fully known and may not be known for some time.
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Leveraging Risk. Derivative instruments held by the Fund involve inherent leverage, whereby small cash deposits allow the Fund to hold contracts with greater face value, which may magnify the Fund’s gains or losses. Adverse changes in the value or level of the underlying asset, reference rate or index can result in loss of an amount substantially greater than the amount invested in the derivative. In addition, the use of leverage may cause the Fund to liquidate portfolio positions when it would not be advantageous to do so in order to satisfy redemption obligations.
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