Episode 25 | CEO Unpacks Harvest’s Newest High Income ETFs | Harvest Talks


April 25, 2023
High Income ETFs


Harvest ETFs President & CEO Michael Kovacs joins the podcast to discuss Harvest’s newest investment products offering high monthly income: The Harvest Diversified Equity Income ETF (HRIF:TSX) and the Harvest Travel & Leisure Income ETF (TRVI:TSX).


00:00 – Intro
01:09 – The goal of TRVI
02:20 – The tailwinds behind Travel
04:11 – Why TRVI was launched with income
06:12 – About HRIF and what makes it different from HDIF
06:58 – Underlying holdings in HRIF
08:48 – What no leverage means, and who this ETF could be suited to
09:51 – Tailwinds & diversification delivered by HRIF
11:15 – How leading companies have performed in recent history
11:45 – How should investors see these two new ETFs

Hosted by:

David Kitai

David Kitai

Content Writer & Editor
Harvest ETFs

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James Learmonth, CFA

Michael Kovacs

President & Chief Executive Officer
Harvest ETFs

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