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Global X funds now on Dorsey Wright platform


Global X Funds, the New York based provider of exchange traded funds, is teaming up with  independent registered investment advisory firmDorsey Wright & Associates (DWA), to market the Global Opportunities portfolio.

Dorsey Wright’s relative strength methodology has long been a vehicle for advisors utilising ETFs. Global X Funds passively managed ETFs, broken down into Developed Markets, Emerging Markets, Commodity Producers, Income Producers and Special Opportunities fund suites, will be selectively available in the portfolio.

"Dorsey Wright’s expertise in relative strength and technical analysis provides an additional resource to our investors’ portfolio allocation tactics," says Bruno del Ama (pictured), chief executive officer of Global X Funds.

"We are rarely interested in timing precise tops and bottoms in a market, but are very interested in finding the strongest of performance trends within an asset class, and staying with them.  We feel our relative strength-based approach is as adept a means for identifying such trends as exists today, and when applied in a disciplined fashion can help investors get the most out of a dynamic fund lineup such as Global X’s," says Tom Dorsey, President Dorsey, Wright & Associates.  

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