ZCLN - BMO Clean Energy Index ETF

Portfolio Strategy

The BMO Clean Energy Index ETF (ZCLN) has been designed to replicate, to the extent possible, the performance of the S&P Global Clean Energy Index, net of expenses. The Fund captures the clean energy mega trend by investing in companies that are involved in clean energy related businesses. The Fund invests in and holds the Constituent Securities of the Index in the same proportion as they are reflected in the Index.

Benchmark Info

The S&P Global Clean Energy Index is based on the S&P Global Broad Market Index, which includes large, mid and small capitalization companies across developed and emerging markets. The Index aims to capture the performance of companies whose primary business is clean energy, by way of clean energy production or clean energy equipment & technology. The Index is weighted by a combination of market cap and an exposure score. The Index rebalances semi annually in April and October.

Benefits

  • Designed for investors looking for growth solutions
  • Designed for investors looking to align sustainable and responsible values with their investments
  • Exposure to the global mega trend of clean energy
  • Benefits from local currency appreciation
  • Professionally managed by BMO Global Asset Management

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Latest insights

Multi-Asset
economic uncertainty
June 2022

June Monthly Market Commentary: The Economy to Face Increasing Chill, not a Hurricane

Expectations for Fed and Bank of Canada (BoC) tightening continue to firm up as monetary stimulus is getting removed at a quick pace to lean against excessive inflationary pressures. Rising rates should weigh on the growth outlook and equity valuation, but we do not expect a recession over the next 6 to 9 months.
Multi-Asset
economic uncertainty
May 2022

May Monthly MAST Commentary: Rising commodity prices continue to support the inflation outlook while supply-chains are still exposed to disruptions

Monetary stimulus from the U.S. Federal Reserve (the “Fed”) and Bank of Canada (BoC) is getting removed at a quick pace to lean against excessive inflationary pressures. Rising rates should weigh on the growth outlook and equity valuation, but we do not expect a recession over the next 12 months.
Multi-Asset
economic uncertainty
April 2022

April Monthly MAST Commentary: Fear of War is Coming Down, but Fear Over the Fed’s Soft-landing is Rising

The conflict in Ukraine keeps on raging, but fear of an escalation has come down. However, the impact on commodity prices will continue as prices remain elevated and long-term supply remains an issue, most notably for Europe and other commodity importing countries.
April 2022

Value Hunting: The Return of Cautious Optimism

With macroeconomic data telling two different stories—one of low unemployment and robust earnings, another of high inflation and rising interest rates—Luke Casey of Pyrford International provides an inside look at the investing factor that’s making a surprise comeback: Value.
April 2022

A Portfolio Manager’s Guide to War and Conflict

With Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine, institutional investors are once again questioning the historical relationship between war and capital markets.
April 2022

Riding the $100T Renewables Infrastructure Wave

Joe Idaszak, Portfolio Manager, Brookfield Public Securities Group (PSG) offers his take on why institutional investors interested in the “E” of ESG should consider investing in the one specific area with $100 trillion of global investments expected by 2050: renewables infrastructure.