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The Claymore S&P Global Water Index Fund (the "Fund") seeks investment results that correspond generally to the performance, before the Fund’s fees and expenses, of an equity index called the S&P Global Water Index (the “Water Index” or “Index”). The Fund is the first U.S.-listed global water ETF. The Fund will normally invest at least 90% of its total assets in common stock and American depositary receipts (“ADRs”) based on the securities in the Index. Claymore Advisors, LLC (the "Investment Adviser”) seeks a correlation over time of 95% or better between the Fund’s performance and the performance of the Index.

The Fund, using a low cost “passive” or “indexing” investment approach, seeks to replicate, before fees and expenses, the performance of the S&P Global Water Index. The Index is comprised of approximately 50 equity securities selected, based on investment and other criteria, from a universe of companies listed on global developed market exchanges. S&P generally defines “developed markets” as the capital markets of those countries with high levels of per capita income and strict market regulation resulting in greater transparency. The universe of companies includes all companies classified by Standard & Poor’s Global Industry Classifications as being associated (in a manner representing a major component of such companies’ business) with the global demand for water, including water utilities, infrastructure, equipment, instruments and materials.
http://www.claymore.com/fund/Overview.aspx?ID=9ff678f5-520f-49dc-98b6-6631c2a4bf9a



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#31   Very interesting what's about to happen here watching Penny Monster 01 07/19/17 02:19:41 AM
#30   $CGW http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CGW/company-info TOUCAN 08/03/12 02:04:15 AM
#29   $CGW http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CGW/quote TOUCAN 08/03/12 02:03:54 AM
#28   $CGW 3yr weekly - accum/dist WOW $20.38 TOUCAN 08/03/12 01:40:17 AM
#27   looking into this one! TOUCAN 08/03/12 12:59:23 AM
#26   Claymore mentioned here: Pro-Life 09/04/11 08:05:25 PM
#25   The James Bond Investor: Water! Pro-Life 11/28/10 11:01:12 PM
#24   CGW about to break the intermediate-term down trend line... frenchee 10/31/08 06:57:24 PM
#23   So far, PHO is my favorite H2O ETF. frenchee 10/30/08 04:25:10 PM
#22   shorts are enjoying the waterboarding in this ETF frenchee 10/11/08 10:37:01 PM
#21   That is exactly what did it OptionMonster 09/12/08 08:34:23 PM
#20   It too went on a short-term buy using frenchee 09/12/08 08:30:34 PM
#19   Had to happen sooner or later frenchee! Thank OptionMonster 09/12/08 08:27:15 PM
#18   This ETF went on a short-term buy signal today... frenchee 09/12/08 08:05:31 PM
#17   Check out yesterday's volume... frenchee 09/06/08 11:02:38 AM
#16   Can Israel Find the Water It Needs? frenchee 08/10/08 10:43:41 AM
#15   Water: Investing in the World's Most Precious Resource frenchee 08/10/08 10:12:13 AM
#14   The Spigot Reopens at American Water Works frenchee 08/09/08 10:22:04 AM
#13   Part II below... frenchee 08/08/08 09:03:34 PM
#12   By mid-2007, Middle Eastern desalination accounted for close OptionMonster 08/07/08 09:50:27 PM
#11   china frenchee 08/07/08 09:48:18 PM
#10   Can you guess who has the majority of OptionMonster 08/07/08 09:41:11 PM
#9   Water, The Next Oil frenchee 08/07/08 09:19:51 PM
#8   New weekly chart in iBox... frenchee 08/02/08 04:11:57 PM
#7   almost a buy now... frenchee 07/08/08 05:48:51 PM
#6   Looks pretty interesting..Thank you for bringing it to OptionMonster 06/21/08 10:31:25 PM
#5   22.50 looks like a good spot to take frenchee 06/21/08 10:07:48 PM
#4   This hummer has a bullish P&F chart. frenchee 04/06/08 06:23:54 PM
#3   Big boys like this ETF... frenchee 02/12/08 12:16:52 PM
#2   Same to you Frenchee..This one looks to be OptionMonster 01/01/08 06:37:26 PM
#1   Happy New Year General! frenchee 01/01/08 09:47:26 AM
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