announces the final January 2024 cash distribution for the following distribution for the Harvest Canadian T-Bill ETF for the month ending January 31, 2024. The distribution will be paid on or about February 9, 2024 to unitholders of record on January 31, 2024.
Details regarding the final per unit cash distribution amount is as follows:
|Harvest Canadian T-Bill ETF
|$0.1092 per unit
About Harvest Portfolios Group Inc.
Founded in 2009, Harvest is an independent Canadian Investment Fund Manager managing $3.9 billion in assets for Canadian Investors. At Harvest ETFs, we believe that investors can build and preserve wealth by long-term ownership of high-quality businesses. This fundamental philosophy is at the core of our investment approach across our range of ETFs.
Harvest ETF’s core offerings center around covered call strategies, available in three variations: equity, enhanced equity and fixed income. In our equity-income portfolios, we follow a three-step process: identifying promising growth industries; selecting well-positioned businesses within those sectors; and optimizing returns by generating income through covered calls. To enhance potential returns, we offer leveraged exposure to select Harvest ETFs through our enhanced lineup. Our Fixed Income ETFs focus on investing in US Treasury ETFs while employing a covered call option strategy. This approach allows us to deliver high monthly distributions to our investors. For those seeking ETFs without call options, we also provide our Equity Growth ETFs, which are specifically designed to capture opportunities in growth industries and major trends.
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