Articles and News

Articles and News

02/28/2017: Why Water ETFs May Belong In Your Portfolio Read More >>

02/15/2017: Summit Water Case for Water Equity Investing 2017 Read More >>

01/27/2017: Summit Zacks Global Water Index Posts 15.84% Net Return For Full Year 2016 Read More >>

8/17/16: This Week’s ETF Launch: Summit Makes A Splash Read More >>

8/10/16: A New Smart-Beta Water ETF Read More >>

The information and/or analysis contained in this material has been derived from sources believed to be reliable, however Summit does not make any representation as their accuracy or completeness and does not accept liability for any loss arising from the use hereof. The Summit Zacks Global Water Index is included in this report only as context reflecting general water market results during the period. Direct investments in the Global Water Index are not possible and the index is informational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to sell or buy any security or other investment, or undertake any investment strategy. The provider of the Summit Water Infrastructure Multifactor ETF utilizes the Summit Zacks Global Water Index among other factors for the investment decisions on the basket of ETF securities. The Summit Zacks Global Water Index initial release was January 2016 and the Summit Water Infrastructure Multifactor ETF was initiated August 2016. Any historical information on the Summit Water Infrastructure Multifactor ETF prior to August 2016 is based on index values and should not be interpreted as actual returns of the ETF. Summit Zacks Global Water Index values prior to January 2016 are based on historical published prices of the components of the index. The Index is based research and analysis of the proprietary Summit water market. Past index values or returns depicted on the ETF are no guarantee of future results. For general comparative reporting purposes, the Summit Zacks Global Water Index utilizes the following indices: NASDAQ OMX Global Water Index, S&P Global Water Index and the ISE Water Index. These indices while being water market based, have material differences in the underlying components being measured and material differences of influences affecting the level (relative and absolute) of those indexes that may not be similar to the influences specific to the water market and that of the Summit Zacks Global Water Index.

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