Motley Fool Asset Management Launches Two New Index ETFs


ALEXANDRIA, Virginia – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Motley Fool Asset Management, a subsidiary of The Motley Fool, LLC, * is proud to announce today the launch of two new ETFs: Fool Capital Efficiency 100 Index and Next clue fool.

“We created these ETFs with investor demand in mind,” said Kelsey Mowrey, president of Motley Fool Asset Management. “Both ETFs are designed to be practical and profitable vehicles for people who wish to be exposed to stock recommendations made by Motley Fool analysts through Fooldom. The “universe of recommendations” includes all US-domiciled companies that are either active recommendations from a newsletter published by TMF or among the 150 highest-rated US companies in the Analyst Opinion Database. TMF. We are delighted to add these two index investment products to our range of ETFs.

the Fool Capital Efficiency 100 Index ETF (Symbol: TMFE) is based on an index that tracks the performance of the highest rated stocks in The Motley Fool’s recommender universe, measured by a company’s capital efficiency. Capital efficiency is a measure of how well a business turns its investments into income and profit and provides insight into the company’s return on invested capital.

the Fool Next Index ETF (Symbol: TMFX) is based on an index created to track the performance of US small and mid-cap companies in The Motley Fool’s recommendation universe.

“These new ETFs, along with our existing Motley Fool 100 Index ETF, are unique passive implementations of The Motley Fool’s active stock recommendations,” said Mowrey. “Motley Fool Asset Management is prepared to build on its current product line by bringing these types of new products to investors. ”

Both ETFs were officially launched on December 31, 2021. Bryan C. Hinmon, CFA, and Anthony L. Arsta are the portfolio managers and each ETF will have a management fee of 0.50%. This announcement follows Motley Fool Asset Management‘s two mutual fund-to-ETF conversions in late 2021. These conversions will hopefully create even more momentum for the newly-renamed company as it continues to reconnect with its history. and the basis for its investment. philosophy.

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About RBB Fund, Inc.

RBB Fund, Inc., the first multi-series organized trust founded in 1988, is a registered open-ended investment company organized as a series trust. RBB is a turnkey ETF and mutual fund solution that allows an advisor to focus on their core asset management competence and shift responsibility for establishment, management and governance corporate funds at RBB. RBB oversees approximately $ 18 billion in assets, supporting ten unaffiliated advisers, over 20 unaffiliated sub-advisers, and over 40 mutual fund or ETF offerings. For more information, visit

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