The AdvisorShares Dorsey Wright ADR ETF AADR has been Approved for Purchase at Wells Fargo Advisors!

Nasdaq Dorsey Wright has been the subadvisor for this actively managed ETF since September 1, 2016. The underlying strategy uses relative strength to allocate the fund towards the strongest performing ADRs in the International Developed and Emerging Markets landscape. The strategy takes a top down approach by first selecting the weighting of sectors. Holdings are replaced as they fall out of favor relative to the rest of their peers in the available universe. The strategy is not constrained to holding set allocations of Emerging or Developed Markets, rather the process identifies areas of strength across the globe regardless of geographical location, allowing the portfolio to concentrate on areas of strength, often pushing the portfolio to vary dramatically from international benchmarks.

We also offer the strategy as a SMA/UMA strategy (SRS International), which has been running since March 31, 2006.

To learn more, contact us here or click here to listen to an overview about the strategy presented by Sr. Portfolio Manager John Lewis (for financial professionals only).

Dorsey, Wright & Associates, LLC, a Nasdaq Company, is a registered investment advisory firm. Neither the information within this article, nor any opinion expressed shall constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation or an offer to buy any securities, commodities or exchange traded products. This article does not purport to be complete description of the securities or commodities, markets or developments to which reference is made.

The relative strength strategy is NOT a guarantee. There may be times where all investments and strategies are unfavorable and depreciate in value. Relative Strength is a measure of price momentum based on historical price activity. Relative Strength is not predictive and there is no assurance that forecasts based on relative strength can be relied upon.

Past performance, hypothetical or actual, does not guarantee future results. In all securities trading there is a potential for loss as well as profit. It should not be assumed that recommendations made in the future will be profitable or will equal the performance as shown. Investors should have long-term financial objectives. Advice from a financial professional is strongly advised.

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