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FANZ outperforms the S&P by first anniversary

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The Pro Sports Sponsors ETF, FANZ, has reached its first birthday having beaten the S&P, with performance of 17.09 per cent since inception. The ETF is a joint venture between ETF white label firm Exchange Traded Concepts, LLC (ETC and SportsETFs LLC.

“We are thrilled to be working with SportsETFs to help financial advisers talk to millennial customers using sports as the common interest area and using FANZ to transition a conversation from the Golden State Warriors to what we view as a best in class diversified investments,” says J. Garrett Stevens, CEO of ETC.
 
“We are pleased that the ETF and the Index performed according to our expectations.” says Nick Fullerton, CEO of SportsETFs. “We are excited about the opportunity to continue our work with ETC and ETC Marketing Services on growing awareness of the FANZ ETF.”
 
FANZ focuses on the Official Corporate Partners of the core 4 US Pro Sports Leagues. FANZ seeks to benefit from the advantage of the fierce loyalty of sports fans and their connection to teams and the companies who they partner with.
 
FANZ has an expense ratio of 0.69 per cent.
 
“Sports bring out the competitor in all of us, we choose to invest in companies that express that competitive spirit through Sports Sponsorships,” says Nick Fullerton “We believe that companies that continue to invest heavily in marketing will potentially grow top line revenue to further growth, and those companies who choose Sports Partnership within the marketing spend will potentially have a better ROI than traditional marketers.”

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