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Can’t Get No Portfolio Satisfaction? Try This ETF

ETF Daily News

February 24, 2017|

ACSI Funds Offers Commission Free Trading of the American Customer Satisfaction Core Alpha ETF

ACSI Funds, Press Release

February 21, 2017|

ACSI Funds Named ETF Innovation of the Year at 2017 Fund Action ETF Innovation Awards

ACSI Funds, Press Release

February 17, 2017|

Is Customer Satisfaction the Hidden Key to Stock Outperformance

By Eric Dutram, Zacks

January 24, 2017|

ACSI Funds’ Kevin Quigg Spotlights American Satisfaction Core Alpha ETF (ACSI)

The ETF Store

January 3, 2017|

Investing in Stocks Based on Customer Satisfaction (Subscription Required)

Wall Street Transcript

December 30, 2016|

Amazon Clear Winner in Online Retail Space

CNBC

December 23, 2016|

How Customer Satisfaction Can Predict Holiday Retail Earnings

BNN

December 15, 2016|

CEO and Chief Strategist of ACSI Funds on Their New Customer Satisfaction ETF

By Kiril Nikolaev, ETF Database

November 30, 2016|

Don’t Shop for These 4 Retail Stocks

By Gregg Greenberg, The Street

November 30, 2016|

Black Friday First Step in Battle of Retail Holiday Push

CNBC

November 30, 2016|

New ETF Aims to Deliver Satisfaction… Literally

By Jeff Schlegel, Financial Advisor Magazine

November 2, 2016|

A New Enhanced Beta ETF Utilizes Customer Satisfaction to Beat the Market

By Max Chen, ETF Trends

November 1, 2016|

New Customer Satisfaction Fund Launches (ACSI)

By Michael Foster, Investopedia

November 1, 2016|

ETF Based Upon Quantified Customer Satisfaction Data Launches

ACSI Funds ETF utilizes proprietary customer satisfaction data to drive performance

November 1, 2016|

Smart beta defines a set of investment strategies that emphasize the use of alternative index construction rules to traditional market capitalization based indices. Smart beta emphasizes capturing investment factors or market inefficiencies in a rules-based and transparent way.

The American Customer Satisfaction Index is an index that provides information on how satisfied U.S. consumers are with the quality of products and services available to them. The American Customer Satisfaction Index produces four levels of indexes or scores – a national customer satisfaction score, economic sector scores, industry scores, and scores for companies and federal government agencies. It is not possible to invest directly in an index.

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