Investing in the ETFs that invest in all of us.
Large-scale societal changes happen when we work together towards a common goal. The IQ Dual Impact ETF suite looks to invite the potential for financial gain through impact investing while helping to inspire change in the process—simply put, a double bottom line approach to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing.
IQ Dual Impact ETFs provide targeted, thematic investment strategies which seek to deliver compelling performance for investors while helping to improve outcomes in the communities we call home. Recognizing that we can’t bring about change alone, each fund aligns with a vetted non-profit like the National Wildlife Federation, Girls Who Code, the American Heart Association, and Oceana in order to support pressing, and sometimes dire, ecological and social causes.
Tackling big issues is big business
Comprised of stocks from companies whose operations contribute to the advancement of each fund’s theme, our ETFs seek to enhance individual portfolios’ potential as well as our planet.
We believe each offering in the IQ Dual Impact ETF suite provides a compelling investment opportunity informed by market trends, consumer behaviors, and New York Life Investments’ expertise in ESG investing.
IQ Cleaner Transport ETF | CLNR
Created in alignment with the National Wildlife Federation, CLNR invests in companies that are contributing to the advancement of more sustainable transportation through cleaner energy products and solutions.
IQ Engender Equality ETF | EQUL
Created in alignment with Girls Who Code, EQUL invests in companies that are leaders in gender equality within the workplace.
Created in alignment with the American Heart Association, HART invests in companies that are contributing to the fight against heart disease or promoting healthy lifestyles.
Created in alignment with Oceana, OCEN invests in companies that are taking steps toward mitigating harm to our oceans through their products and services.
How to Invest
How to Invest
When you invest in any of our IQ Dual Impact ETFs, you’re furthering our shared commitment to enhancing individual portfolios and advancing the causes that matter to our lives and our planet. Most of all, IndexIQ is helping you align your investments with your values. Which means you’re empowered to do more today, for tomorrow.
The IQ Dual Impact ETF suite is available for purchase on all major trading platforms.
Invest in well-known stocks of companies that strive to combat the detrimental effects of heart disease.
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Like other ETFs, CLNR, EQUL, HART and OCEN are traded on a stock exchange and is available through brokerage firms.
You may click on any of the brokerage firms listed above to purchase CLNR, EQUL, HART or OCEN. CLNR, EQUL, HART and OCEN are also available through other brokerage firms. Before engaging any brokerage firm, you should evaluate the overall fees and charges of the firm that may apply, as well as the services provided. Ask your brokerage firm about any payment from New York Life Investments or NYLIFE Distributors LLC which may create a conflict of interest influencing the firm to recommend CLNR, EQUL, HART or OCEN over another investment.
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Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal.
ESG Investing Style Risk Impact investing and/or Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) managers may take into consideration factors beyond traditional financial information to select securities, which could result in relative investment performance deviating from other strategies or broad market benchmarks, depending on whether such sectors or investments are in or out of favor in the market. Further, ESG strategies may rely on certain values based criteria to eliminate exposures found in similar strategies or broad market benchmarks, which could also result in relative investment performance deviating. There is no assurance that employing ESG strategies will result in more favorable investment performance.