AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF company info

What does AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF do?
AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF (NASDAQ:SMCP) focuses on investing in small-cap companies with the aim of long-term capital appreciation. This exchange-traded fund employs an active management strategy to select small-cap stocks that demonstrate promising growth potential, financial stability, and strong market positions. Its objectives include identifying undervalued small-cap companies that have the potential for significant growth and providing investors with a diversified portfolio that seeks to deliver above-market returns over time. AlphaMark's approach combines rigorous financial analysis with a strategic review of each potential investment to ensure that only companies with the strongest prospects are included in the ETF's portfolio. Through this method, AlphaMark strives to offer investors a unique opportunity to participate in the growth of these dynamic small-cap businesses, while managing risk and seeking to maximize returns.
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Is AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF employ?

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Employees
12

What sector is AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF?

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Head Office
Covington, United States

What year was AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2015
What does AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF specialise in?
/Small Cap /Actively Managed /Equity Investment /Portfolio Diversification /Risk Management /Market Exposure

What are the products and/or services of AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF?

Overview of AlphaMark Actively Managed Small Cap ETF offerings
Focuses on investing in high-growth, small-cap companies with strong balance sheets.
Utilizes active management to adjust holdings based on market conditions and company fundamentals.
Prioritizes sectors with high growth potential such as technology and healthcare.
Implements stringent criteria to select companies with innovative business models.
Seeks long-term capital appreciation for investors by targeting undervalued assets.
Offers portfolio diversification benefits by investing across various industries.