Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January company info

What does Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January do?
Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January (BATS:EMJAN) focuses on delivering investment solutions that aim to provide a buffer against the first percentage of losses in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, up to a cap, over a specific investment period. This ETF seeks to offer investors the potential for upside participation with a level of downside protection in emerging markets. EMJAN is traded on the BATS exchange, employing innovative financial strategies to mitigate risks associated with emerging market investments. The primary objective of EMJAN is to implement a buffer strategy that helps protect against market volatility, making it a strategic choice for those looking to diversify their investment portfolio while managing risk in potentially high-growth emerging markets.
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Company Snapshot

Is Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January employ?

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Employees
49

What sector is Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January?

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Head Office
Wheaton, United States

What year was Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January founded?

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Year Founded
2020
What does Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January specialise in?
/ETF Products /Emerging Markets /Power Buffer /Risk Management /Projected Returns /Investment Diversification

What are the products and/or services of Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January?

Overview of Innovator MSCI Emerging Markets Power Buffer ETF January offerings
Tracks iShares MSCI EM ETF (EEM): EJAN aims to mirror the performance of the EEM, which invests in stocks of emerging market companies. This provides exposure to a diversified basket of emerging market equities in a single investment.
Buffer on Losses: EJAN offers a buffer on the first 15% of losses over a one-year outcome period. This means that if the underlying index (EEM) goes down by 15% or less, EJAN investors won't experience a loss on their investment. However, if the losses exceed 15%, the buffer is exhausted, and investors will experience a loss on their EJAN shares.
Resetting Outcome Period: The buffer on potential losses resets annually, providing investors with a chance to benefit from the buffer protection again in the following year.
Emerging Market Exposure: Gaining investment exposure to a basket of stocks in emerging markets.
Downside Protection: Limiting potential losses up to a certain point (15% in this case).