At the core, each of the Defined Outcome ETF offerings (also known as Buffered ETFs) in the marketplace use options to give you:
- some level of participation in the upside of a risk-asset,
- while giving you some level of downside protection.
That downside protection isn’t free — you pay for it by accepting some level of a cap on your potential upside. Importantly, all of the products launched to date assume a 1-year holding period.
To learn more, read “Buffered ETFs: A Comprehensive Guide.”
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As of 04/23/21