Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF company info

What does Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF do?
Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF (NASDAQ:SMCO) aims to provide investors with exposure to a meticulously curated portfolio of small to mid-cap U.S. equities. The ETF focuses on identifying companies poised for growth, leveraging a strategic approach that emphasizes long-term appreciation potential and income generation. Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF employs a hands-on, research-intensive process to select stocks that exhibit compelling value, strong fundamentals, and the potential for sustained performance. Its objective revolves around capitalizing on market inefficiencies within the small to mid-cap segment, striving to deliver competitive risk-adjusted returns for its investors. Tailored for those seeking diversified exposure to the dynamic small and mid-cap space, HSMO combines the agility of small caps with the stability and growth prospects of mid-sized companies, aiming to offer a balanced and growth-oriented investment solution.
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Company Snapshot

Is Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF employ?

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Employees
28

What sector is Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2023
What does Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Equity Securities /Risk Diversification /Small Cap /Mid Cap /Return Optimization

What are the products and/or services of Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF?

Overview of Hilton Small-MidCap Opportunity ETF offerings
Focused investment in promising small to mid-cap companies showcasing high growth potential.
Active management strategy to maximize returns and minimize risks.
Diversified portfolio across various sectors to spread investment risk.
Emphasis on companies with strong fundamentals and potential for long-term growth.
Use of quantitative analysis to identify undervalued stocks with upside potential.
Seeks to outperform mainstream market indices through strategic stock selection and sector allocation.