AXS Astoria Inflation Sensitive ETF (PPI) Crosses $50 Million in Just over 50 Trading Days
Led by ETF industry pioneers, AXS is fast building a significant footprint in the ETF space
NEW YORK, March 18, 2022 – AXS Investments, a leading asset manager providing access to alternative investments for growth, income and diversification, is today marking the news that the AXS Astoria Inflation Sensitive ETF (PPI), has surpassed the $50 million asset mark in the less than three months since the launch of the exchange-traded fund (ETF).
PPI is a first-of-its-kind multi-asset ETF designed to combat the pernicious effects that inflation can have on a portfolio, while seeking exposure to investments poised to do well in inflationary environments. Actively managed by ETF veteran John Davi, PPI is designed as a one-stop allocation to investments that have historically benefited from rising prices, including a dynamic mix of historically inflation-sensitive stocks and ETFs, such as commodities, TIPS, cyclical stocks such as industrials, materials, banks, home builders, and more.
“We’ve been very pleased with the marketplace’s response to PPI, which we designed to provide a highly differentiated approach to not just blunting the impacts of inflation but finding the opportunities for upside that an inflationary environment can deliver,” said Greg Bassuk, Chief Executive Officer of AXS Investments. “Crossing the $50 million mark in just over 50 days of trading is an exciting milestone for our firm, but we are very much just getting started with our ETF efforts.”
AXS’s leadership team has been the driving force behind a number of innovative ETF “firsts,” including many currently in the market that they launched at firms they previously founded, built and scaled. AXS’s robust pipeline of ETFs offers a window into how the firm is planning to build an innovative lineup of solutions that open new doors to all types of investors.
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AXS Investments is a leading alternative investment manager providing a diversified family of alternative investments for growth, income and diversification. The firm empowers investors to diversify their portfolios with investments previously available only to the largest institutional and high net worth investors. The investor-friendly AXS funds are time-tested, liquid, transparent and managed by high pedigreed portfolio managers with long and strong track records. For more information, visit www.axsinvestments.com.
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