Subversive ETFs are dedicated to investing in radical companies whose core missions subvert the status quo. Each Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) focuses on a different mission-driven emerging sector that we believe will shape the economy of the future. The companies we invest in are bold, daring, and uninhibited enough not to let the world as it exists today limit their imagination for opportunities of the future.
Subversive Capital Advisor LLC is an established investment advisor registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Leveraging our team’s track record in both the private and public sectors, we aim to bring all investors our institutional knowledge and network to help drive meaningful value for their portfolios.
Subversive Unusual Whales Democratic ETF (Ticker: NANC) will invest in equity securities purchased or sold by Democratic members of Congress and their spouses.
Subversive Unusual Whales Republican ETF (Ticker: KRUZ) will invest in equity securities purchased or sold by Republican members of Congress and their spouses.
The Subversive Decarbonization ETF (Ticker: DKRB) primarily invests in equity securities of companies that are decarbonizing the energy sector. That includes investments in nuclear , wind, solar, and more efficient uses of oil and gas. It also includes supporting the underlying decarbonization infrastructure, the technology, and tools necessary to decarbonize the global energy supply chain.
The Subversive Food Security ETF (Ticker: KCAL) is an actively managed fund that invests in publicly listed equity securities of companies that intersect the production, distribution, or processing of food, or companies that invest in technology and tools necessary to support the global food security.
The Subversive Mental Health ETF (Ticker: SANE) is an actively managed fund that invests in companies that intersect at least one area of mental health, including, but not limited to, fitness, sleep, nutrition, medical psychedelics for potential use in the treatment of mental illnesses, and the companies that invest in such companies.
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