KraneShares, the exchange traded funds issuer behind a line of popular China ETFs, including the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB), is joining forces with Dorsey Wright, the proprietor of relative strength-based indexes, for an ETF rotation model based on KraneShares funds.
“The model uses Nasdaq Dorsey Wright's industry-leading relative strength analysis to rebalance between KraneShares equity and fixed income ETFs on a weekly basis,” according to a statement issued by the firms.
KraneShares sponsors 13 China and emerging markets funds, but eight, including the aforementioned KWEB, will be part of the Dorsey Wright rotation model.
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The other ETFs that will be included in the model are as follows: the KraneShares Bosera MSCI China A ETF (NYSE: KBA), KraneShares MSCI All China Index ETF (NYSE: KALL), KraneShares MSCI All China Health Care Index ETF (NYSE: KURE), KraneShares CICC China Leaders 100 Index ETF (NYSE: KFYP), KraneShares E Fund China Commercial Paper ETF (NYSE: KCNY), KraneShares Emerging Markets Consumer Technology ETF (NYSE: KEMQ) and the KraneShares Emerging Market Healthcare Index ETF (NYS:KMED).
KWEB and KBA are KraneShares' two largest ETFs, combining for about $2.2 billion in assets under management.
“As China's importance within global asset allocation continues to expand, we have seen strong demand from our clients for risk-controlled China portfolios,” said KraneShares CEO Jonathan Krane.
There's no word yet on whether the KraneShares/Dorsey Wright model will prove to be a precursor to an ETF, but Dorsey Wright models serve as the backstop for a slew of popular ETFs, including the First Trust Dorsey Wright Focus 5 ETF (NASDAQ: FV) and the Invesco DWA Tactical Sector Rotation Portfolio (NASDAQ: DWTR), among others.
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