Themes ETFs Debuts in the US Market Launching 10 ETFs Tracking Solactive Indices

Solactive is delighted to announce the successful debut of Themes ETFs in the US market on December 8, 2023. Themes ETFs has introduced a lineup of 10 ETFs that track Solactive’s indices, comprising six thematic ETFs and four fundamental ETFs, which will trade on the Nasdaq over the coming weeks and track Solactive’s indices.

Timo Pfeiffer, Chief Markets Officer at Solactive, commented: “The introduction of these ten ETFs that track Solactive’s indices represents a thrilling milestone for Themes ETFs and the US market. Solactive takes pride in being the chosen index provider for these inaugural ETFs and looks forward to fostering a long-lasting partnership. These new investment options cover a diverse spectrum of themes, affording investors distinctive avenues to engage with burgeoning trends.”

Our ETFs seek to provide investors with a way to own the opportunities that are shaping the future and moving markets,” said Taylor Krystkowiak, Vice President and Investment Strategist at Themes ETFs.  “From airlines to artificial intelligence, Themes ETFs can provide access to specific segments of the market.”

The ETFs and Solactive Indices

The Themes Generative Artificial Intelligence ETF (WISE) seeks to track the Solactive Generative Artificial Intelligence Index (SOLGAIN), which identifies 40 companies that derive their revenues from either artificial intelligence, data analytics and big data, natural language processing, or artificial intelligence-driven services. 

The Themes Cloud Computing ETF (CLOD) seeks to track the Solactive Cloud Computing Index (SOLCLOUN), which identifies the largest 50 companies by market capitalization in digital security, e-commerce infrastructure, data infrastructure, data architecture, internet infrastructure, and data support.

The Themes European Luxury ETF (FINE) seeks to track the Solactive European Luxury Index (SOLELUXN), which identifies 25 European luxury companies that derive their revenues from either luxury accessories, premium clothing, luxury beauty products, cars and yachts, or upscale hospitality. 

The Themes Cybersecurity ETF (SPAM) seeks to track the Solactive Cybersecurity Index (SOCYBERN), which identifies the largest 35 companies by market capitalization in digital security software.

The Themes Gold Miners ETF (AUMI) seeks to track the Solactive Global Pure Gold Miners Index (SOLGLPGM), which identifies the largest 30 companies by market capitalization that derive their revenues from gold mining. 

The Themes Airlines ETF (AIRL) seeks to track the Solactive Airlines Index (SOLAIRN), which identifies the largest 30 airline companies by market capitalization. 

The Themes US Small Cap Cash Flow Champions ETF (SMCF) seeks to track the Solactive US Small Cap Cash Flow Champions Index (SOLSUCCT), which identifies the top 75 small capitalization companies with the highest three years of positive cash flow yield.

The Themes US Cash Flow Champions ETF (USCF) seeks to track the Solactive US Cash Flow Champions Index (SOLUCFCT), which identifies the top 75 large/mid capitalization companies with the highest three years of positive cash flow yield. 

The Themes US R&D Champions ETF (USRD) seeks to track the Solactive US R&D Champions Index (SOLURDCT), which identifies 50 profitable R&D companies with three years of increasing R&D spending, three years of positive return on equity, and positive profit margins. 

The Themes Natural Monopoly ETF (CZAR) seeks to track the Solactive Natural Monopoly Index (SOLNMONN), which identifies the top five companies within 19 different sectors that have the highest sales, stable profitability, and stable return on equity.

Published on December 11, 2023

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