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Harbour Capital Advisors expands ETF suite with Long-Term Growers strategy


Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. announced that it is adding to its ETF line-up bringing a new fully transparent actively managed Long-Term Growers strategy (WINN) to market early February, upon completion of the registration process.

This offering is in addition to the two fixed-income ETFs (SIFI, SIHY) that were launched this autumn and the Disruptive Innovation ETF (INNO) launching in December. Along with ETFs, Harbor Capital aims to offer a curated experience of mutual funds and collective investment trusts.

Charles F. McCain, CEO says: “We are excited to launch the Long-Term Growers ETF, providing clients with an active, fully transparent growth equity solution that seeks to meet their complex investing needs,

“We are thrilled to also extend our long-term strategic partnership with Jennison Associates, an experienced investment management team that stays true to a strategy grounded in enduring investment

Harbor Long-Term Growers ETF invests primarily in equity securities, principally common and preferred stocks, of US companies that the investment team believes to have above-average prospects for long-term growth.

The firm states that the investment team selects investments for the fund using a proprietary combination of bottom-up, fundamental research and systematic portfolio construction, in order to build a portfolio of high-conviction stocks reflecting the views of the investment team.

The investment team’s fundamental research seeks to identify mid- and large-capitalization companies it believes will have magnitude and duration of growth that is above that of the market, as determined by the investment team.

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