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  1. […] Capitalist covered the BMO Covered Call Canadian Banks ETF. His call? Leave it alone for […]

  2. Paul G
    Jun 02 - 11:27 am

    I’m surprised there haven’t been any comments about this ETF, it seems interesting, to say the least.

    I can’t help but think that equal amounts in both ETFs (ZWB and ZEB) would work out pretty well regardless of what happens…

  3. Michael
    Jun 02 - 3:40 pm

    This ETF seems pretty compelling — a 9% or more tax efficient return based on options/units of relatively strong and stable Canadian banks. It is a question of how likely you think the banks will tank (limited downside protection of the options) or if they will fly (upside is limited too).

  4. […] Capitalist gave us his thoughts on the¬†BMO Covered Call Bank ETF. He doesn’t really like […]

  5. […] Note that HEF holds a more diversified portfolio and employs a slightly different strategy than the BMO Covered Call Canadian Banks ETF (ZWB). HEE and HEP hold an equally-weighted portfolio of energy stocks and gold stocks […]

  6. Norm
    Jul 19 - 1:44 pm

    I wonder if you end up paying double management fees when a fund owns a fund.

  7. […] launched its Covered Call Canadian Banks ETF (TSX: ZWB) in January 2011. The ETF immediately started attracting investor attraction. Investors were […]

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