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100% Guaranteed Wealth Protection: Revolutionary ETF Unveiled


New Calamos ETF promises ‘100% downside protection.’ Here’s how it works


A groundbreaking ETF (Exchange-Traded Fund) called CPSM has been introduced for investors seeking refuge from market turbulence.

It distinctively promises “100% downside protection” against losses in the S&P 500 index over a one-year period.

How does it achieve this?

The ETF masterfully employs a trio of options strategies.

It utilizes these options positions to deliver the upside potential of the S&P 500 with the caveat of gains being capped.

At the same time, it ensures comprehensive protection against potential downturns.

The fund operates on a renewable 365-day cycle.

The options reset annually, remaining within the ETF and extending its protection.

The annual expense ratio for this fund stands at 0.69%.

To fully benefit from the guaranteed downside protection, investors must purchase the CPSM on its launch date.

However, purchasing shares shortly after its debut still presents opportunities for substantial upside with the assurance of downside protection.

This ETF is the brainchild of Calamos, an established firm in the ETF industry.

It forms part of a broader strategy to launch 12 structured protection ETFs, each targeting different market indices like the Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000.

  • Overall sentiment: positive
  • Positive

    “The Calamos S&P 500 Structured Alt Protection ETF (CPSM) promises to deliver investors “100% downside protection” against the index’s losses over a one-year outcome period, according the firm’s news release.”

    “Investors in the fund are subject to limits on the extent to which they can capture gains tied to the S&P 500.”


    “The fund will have an annual expense ratio of 0.69%.”

    “If you buy in on day one, you get that 100% protection, [But] even day two [or] day three, there’s probably opportunities to buy in all along the way.”

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