Guggenheim Canadian Energy Income ETF


Investment Objective

Guggenheim Canadian Energy Income ETF (ENY) seeks investment results that correspond generally to the performance, before the fund’s fees and expenses, of the S&P/TSX Canadian High Income Energy Index.

Highlights & Applications

  • Offers the potential for enhanced dividend yield from high-yielding energy stocks.
  • Provides access to all major segments of the Canadian energy industry, including oil and gas exploration, storage, transportation, equipment, services, refining and drilling.
  • Offers pure exposure to the growth potential of the Canadian energy industry.

Effective 8.1.2013, the index the fund sought to replicate changed from Sustainable Canadian Energy Income Index to S&P/TSX High Income Energy Index.

Top Fund Holdings

as of 5/26/17 View All Holdings

Top Fund Sectors

as of 3/31/17

Oil& Gas Exploration & Production 36.48 %
Oil & Gas Storage & Transportation 35.35 %
Oil & Gas Equipment & Services 9.27 %
Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing 7.34 %
Integrated Oil & Gas 4.98 %
Coal & Consumable Fuels 4.95 %
Oil & Gas Drilling 1.02 %

All data is provided by Guggenheim Funds Distributors, LLC, Morningstar or Fact Set. Data is subject to change on a daily basis and represents a percentage of the Fund’s holdings, excluding cash. The securities mentioned are provided for informational purposes only and should not be deemed as a recommendation to buy or sell.

Fund Profile

as of 5/26/17
Symbol ENY
Exchange NYSE Arca
CUSIP 18383Q606
Fund Inception Date 7/3/07
Distribution Schedule (if any) Quarterly
Gross Expense Ratio 0.87 %
Net Expense Ratio 0.69 %
Fiscal Year-End 5/31
Investment Adviser Guggenheim Funds Investment Advisors, LLC
Distributor Guggenheim Funds Distributors, LLC
S&P/TSX High Income Energy IndexSPTXHETR
Index Provider S&P Dow Jone Indices LLC
Volume 1,206
Shares Outstanding 3,020,000
Total Managed Assets $25,088,391

The Advisor has contractually agreed to waive fees and expenses through December 31, 2018 to limit the ordinary operating expenses of the Fund. The Fund may have net expenses greater than the expense cap as a result of any acquired fund fees and expenses or other expenses that are excluded from the calculation.

The gross expense ratio reflects the fund’s actual total annual operating expense ratio, gross of any fee waivers or expense reimbursements as of its most recent prospectus.

Net Asset Value

as of 5/26/17 Price History
NAV  $8.31
Change $-0.03
52-Week High $9.43
52-Week Low $7.95

Market Close

as of 5/26/17 Price History
  Market Price 
Close  $8.27
Change $-0.05
52-Week High $9.41
52-Week Low $7.94
Bid/Ask Midpoint  $8.31
Premium / Discount  0.00%
Premium / Discount Historical Download1

1Shareholders may pay more than net asset value when they buy shares of an ETF and receive less than net asset value when they sell those shares, because shares are bought and sold at current market prices.

NAV is the price per share at which each Fund issues and redeems shares. The net asset value per share for each Fund is determined once daily as of the close of the listing exchange, usually 4:00 p.m. Eastern time, each day the listing exchange is open for trading. NAV per share is determined by dividing the value of the Fund’s portfolio securities, cash and other assets (including accrued interest), less all liabilities (including accrued expenses), by the total number of shares outstanding.

In general, market price represents what the fund is trading at.

The closing price is the price of the last reported trade on any exchange on which the Fund trades before the market closes, usually at 4 pm Eastern time.

The bid/ask midpoint is the midpoint of the highest bid and lowest offer on the listing exchange at the time that the NAV is calculated, usually 4 pm Eastern time.

The premium/discount is the amount the Fund is trading higher (“premium”) or lower (“discount”) to its NAV, expressed as a percentage of its bid/ask midpoint to its NAV. A positive number indicates it’s trading at premium and a negative number indicates it’s trading at a discount.

Index Description

The S&P/TSX Canadian High Income Energy Index is designed to provide exposure to high yielding Canadian securities in the energy sector that meet size and liquidity requirements. Index constituents must have at least a 2% dividend yield at time of inclusion in the index. The index is rebalanced quarterly.

Fund Characteristics

as of 3/31/17

Number of Securities32
Average Market Capitalization $11.7 Bil
Price/Earnings (P/E) 36.4 x
Price/Book (P/B) 1.8 x

P/E ratio is a harmonic weighted average and is equal to a security’s market capitalization divided by it after-tax earnings over the most recent 12-month period.

P/B ratio is a harmonic weighted average and is equal to a security’s market capitalization divided by its book value.

Alpha is a statistical measurement that depicts the performance difference between a fund’s return and an underlying performance benchmark, given a fund’s level of volatility, measured by beta. The benchmark will always reflect an alpha of 0.00%. A positive alpha indicates a fund has performed better than its beta would predict in the stated period.

Beta is the measure of a fund’s sensitivity to an index. By definition, the beta of an index is 1.00. Any fund with a higher beta is more volatile than the index. Likewise, any portfolio with a lower beta will be less volatile than the index in the stated period.

Standard deviation is a measure of historical volatility that indicates the degree to which an investment’s returns fluctuate around its average return. Generally, a higher standard deviation indicates a more risky investment.

Average market capitalization is the geometric mean of the market capitalization s for all securities in a fund’s portfolio.

Weighted average coupon is calculated by weighting each bond’s coupon by its relative size in the portfolio.

Weighted average bond price is a weighted average of individual bond prices.

Weighted average option-adjusted duration is a weighted average which measures the sensitivity of the price (the value of principal), incorporating the expected duration-shortening effect of an embedded call provision, of a fixed-income investment to a change in interest rates. The larger the duration number, the greater the interest-rate risk for bond prices.

Average maturity is the length of time until the principal amount of a bond must be repaid.

Average effective duration measures the sensitivity of the price (value of principal) of a fixed income investment to a change in interest rates. The larger the duration number, the greater the interest rate risk for bond prices.

Current Distribution

View Distribution History
Ex-Date 3/27/17
Record Date 3/29/17
Payable Date 3/31/17
Distribution per Share $0.046300

The extent the Current Distribution is comprised of something other than Income, such as Return of Capital, please refer to the applicable Rule 19a-1 Notice found on the Fund's website under the Literature section. If the Current Distribution is comprised solely from Income, a Rule 19a-1 Notice will not be produced and posted.

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.


The Index selection methodology is designed to provide exposure to high yielding Canadian securities in the energy sector that meet size and liquidity requirements. Securities must be part of the S&P/TSX Composite Index (the “Composite”), which is designed to provide a broad market measure of the Canadian equity markets. The Composite includes common stocks and income trust units listed on the TSX and are companies that are Canadian incorporated (established in the case of income trusts, or formed in the case of limited partnerships) under Canadian federal, provincial or territorial jurisdictions. Liquidity is measured by float turnover (total number of shares traded in Canadian markets in the previous 12 months divided by float eligible shares outstanding at the end of the period). Securities that are ineligible for inclusion in the Composite include securities issued by mutual funds, preferred shares, exchangeable shares, warrants, installment receipts and “paper-clipped” or “stapled” securities.


Sustainable Canadian Energy Income Index

  1. Canadian Energy Exposure. Securities must be classified as part of the GICS Energy Sector.
  2. Market Capitalization. Securities must have float adjusted market capitalization of $150 million (Canadian dollars) and above as of the reference date.
  3. Liquidity. Securities must have three-month average daily value traded of $1 million (Canadian dollars) or higher as of the reference date.
  4. Dividend Yield. At each rebalance, the indicated annual 12-month dividend yield of each security is computed. Securities which meet the prior criteria and have yields higher than 2% form the Index. Current constituents will not be dropped from the Index unless the indicated dividend yield drops below 1.5%.
  5. Target Weights. The Index is weighted by float adjusted market capitalization subject to a maximum of weight of 5% for each stock. The caps are established at the quarterly rebalancing and are not revised until the next quarterly rebalancing.
  6. Rebalancing. Additions are done at each quarterly rebalancing, consistent with the rebalancing of the Composite. Securities are deleted either at the quarterly rebalancing or if a stock is removed from the Composite between rebalancings, it is removed from the Index at the same time. The Index is rebalanced on a quarterly basis. Changes are effective after the close of the third Friday following applicable reference date. The reference dates are the last trading day of March, June, September and December. All index adjustments and corporate action treatments correspond to actions taken regarding the applicable securities in the Composite.


Investors should consider the following risk factors and special considerations associated with investing in the fund, which may cause you to lose money, including the entire principal amount that you invest.

Equity Risk. The value of the equity securities held by the Fund may fall due to general market and economic conditions, perceptions regarding the industries in which the issuers of securities held by the Fund participate, or factors relating to specific companies in which the Fund invests. For example, an adverse event, such as an unfavorable earnings report, may depress the value of equity securities of an issuer held by the Fund; the price of common stock of an issuer may be particularly sensitive to general movements in the stock market; or a drop in the stock market may depress the price of most or all of the common stocks and other equity securities held by the Fund. In addition, common stock of an issuer in the Fund’s portfolio may decline in price if the issuer fails to make anticipated dividend payments because the issuer of the security experiences a decline in its financial condition. Common stock is subordinated to preferred stocks, bonds and other debt instruments in a company’s capital structure, in terms of priority to corporate income, and therefore will be subject to greater dividend risk than preferred stocks or debt instruments of such issuers. In addition, while broad market measures of common stocks have historically generated higher average returns than fixed income securities, common stocks have also experienced significantly more volatility in those returns.

Energy Sector Risk. The profitability of companies in the energy sector is related to worldwide energy prices, exploration, and production spending. Such companies also are subject to risks of changes in exchange rates, government regulation, world events, depletion of resources and economic conditions, as well as market, economic and political risks of the countries where energy companies are located or do business. Oil and gas exploration and production can be significantly affected by natural disasters. Oil exploration and production companies may be adversely affected by changes in exchange rates, interest rates, government regulation, world events, and economic conditions. Oil exploration and production companies may be at risk for environmental damage claims.

Foreign Investment Risk. The Fund’s investments in non-U.S. issuers may involve unique risks compared to investing in securities of U.S. issuers, including less market liquidity, generally greater market volatility than U.S. securities and less complete financial information than for U.S. issuers. In addition, adverse political, economic or social developments could undermine the value of the Fund’s investments or prevent the Fund from realizing the full value of its investments. Financial reporting standards for companies based in foreign markets differ from those in the United States. Finally, the value of the currency of the country in which the Fund has invested could decline relative to the value of the U.S. dollar, which may affect the value of the investment to U.S. investors. The Fund will not enter into transactions to hedge against declines in the value of the Fund’s assets that are denominated in a foreign currency.

Canadian Risk. As the Fund invests in Canadian royalty trusts and stocks listed on the TSX, the Fund is subject to the following risks: Commodity Exposure Risk. The Canadian economy is very dependent on the demand for, and supply and price of, natural resources. The Canadian market is relatively concentrated in issuers involved in the production and distribution of natural resources. There is a risk that any changes in these sectors could have an adverse impact on the Canadian economy. Reliance on Exports Risk. The Canadian economy is dependent on the economies of the United States as a key trading partner. Reduction in spending on Canadian products and services or changes in the U.S. economy may cause an impact in the Canadian economy. U.S. Economic Risk. The Canadian economy may be significantly affected by the U.S. economy, given that the United States is Canada’s largest trading partner and foreign investor. Since the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994, total two-way merchandise trade between the United States and Canada has more than doubled. To further this relationship, all three NAFTA countries entered into The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America in March 2005, which addressed economic and security related issues. The new agreement may further affect Canada’s dependency on the U.S. economy. Structural Risk (Political Risk). In addition, past periodic demands by the Province of Quebec for sovereignty have significantly affected equity valuations and foreign currency movements in the Canadian market.

Canadian Royalty Trust Risk: Investing in Canadian royalty trusts is subject to the following risks: Lack of diversification. The royalty trusts in which the fund invests are heavily invested in oil and gas. Potential sacrifice of growth. Potential growth may be sacrificed because revenue is passed on to a royalty trust’s unit holders (such as the fund), rather than reinvested in the business. No guarantees. Royalty trusts generally do not guarantee minimum distributions or even return of capital. If the assets underlying a royalty trust do not perform as expected, the royalty trust may reduce or even eliminate distributions. The declaration of such distributions generally depends upon various factors, including the operating performance and financial condition of the royalty trust and general economic conditions. Potential for tax recharacterization or changes. Under amendments to the Income Tax Act (Canada) passed in 2007 (the “SIFT Rules”), certain trusts (defined as “SIFT trusts”) are taxable on certain income and gains on a basis similar to that which applies to a corporation, with the result that tax efficiencies formerly available in respect of an investment in the trust may cease to be available. A royalty trust may be a SIFT trust. In addition, as a result of the SIFT Rules, some trusts may undertake reorganization transactions, the costs of which may affect the return earned on an investment in the trust. After any such conversion, tax efficiencies that were formerly available in respect of an investment in the trust may cease to be available. Accordingly, the SIFT Rules have had and may continue to have an effect on the trading price of investments in royalty trusts, and consequently could impact the value of shares of the fund.

In addition the funds are subject to: Small and Medium-Sized Company Risk, Non-Correlation Risk, Passive Management Risk, Issuer-Specific Changes and Non-Diversified Fund Risk.

The Fund’s Shares will change in value, and you could lose money by investing in the Fund. The Fund may not achieve its investment objective. An investment in the Fund has not been guaranteed, sponsored, recommended, or approved by the United States, or any agency, instrumentality or officer of the United States, has not been insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and is not guaranteed by and is not otherwise an obligation of any bank or insured depository institution.

As with any investment, you should consider how your investment will be taxed. The tax information contained in the prospectus is provided as general information. Investors should consult their own tax professional about the tax consequences of an investment as Guggenheim Funds Distributors, Inc. does not offer tax advice.

The Fund will issue and redeem Shares at NAV only in a large specified number of Shares called a “Creation Unit” or multiples thereof. A Creation Unit consists of 50,000 Shares. The Fund generally issues and redeems Creation Units principally in-kind. Except when aggregated in Creation Units, the Shares are not redeemable securities of the Fund. Individual Shares of the Fund may only be purchased and sold in secondary market transactions through brokers. Shares of the Fund are listed for trading on NYSE Arca, Inc. (“NYSE Arca”) and because Shares trade at market prices rather than NAV, Shares of the Fund may trade at a price greater than or less than NAV.

Investors buying or selling ETF shares on the secondary market may incur brokerage costs and other transactional fees. Shares of ETFs may fluctuate in price due to daily changes in trading volume. At times, shares may not have a high volume of trading.

The Product(s) is not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by Sustainable Wealth Management, LTD., (“Licensor”). Licensor makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, regarding the advisability of investing in securities generally or in the Product(s) particularly or the ability of the Index to track general market performance. Licensor’s only relationship to the Guggenheim Funds Investment Advisors, LLC (“Licensee”) is the licensing of the Index which is determined, composed and calculated by Licensor without regard to the Licensee or the Product(s). Licensor has no obligation to take the needs of the Licensee or the owners of the Product(s) into consideration in determining, composing or calculating the Index. Licensor shall not be liable to any person for any error in the Index nor shall it be under any obligation to advise any person of any error therein.

Read a prospectus and summary prospectus (if available) carefully before investing. It contains the investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses and other information, which should be considered carefully before investing. To obtain a prospectus and summary prospectus (if available) click here or contact us.

Guggenheim Investments represents the investment management businesses of Guggenheim Partners, LLC ("Guggenheim"), which includes Security Investors, LLC ("SI"), Guggenheim Funds Investment Advisors, LLC, ("GFIA") and Guggenheim Partners Investment Management ("GPIM") the investment advisers to the referenced funds. Securities offered through Guggenheim Funds Distributors, LLC, an affiliate of Guggenheim, SI, GFIA and GPIM.


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