NEW YORK, Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Global X Funds, the New York-based provider of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), today announced that the Global X SuperDividend™ ETF (Ticker: SDIV) has reached $100 million in assets, shortly after the one-year mark. According to IndexUniverse, August 2012, SDIV was the highest yielding dividend ETF.* It provides exposure to 100 companies worldwide that rank among the highest dividend yielding equity securities in the world. It offers exposure to a broad range of sectors and countries, many on hard-to-access foreign exchanges.
"While there are numerous dividend-producing ETFs in the market, SDIV is one-of-a-kind," said Oren Guzman from Lifetime Financial Group. "The Global X SuperDividend ETF is a well-diversified, non-leveraged product that has the highest dividend yield*, and has shown lower volatility than comparable dividend ETFs."
"The Global X SuperDividend ETF, with over $100 million in assets and a 30-day average daily volume of over 100,000 shares, has been one of the fastest growing products by inflows over the last year," said Bruno del Ama, chief executive officer of Global X Funds. **ABOUT GLOBAL X FUNDS Global X Funds is a New York-based provider of exchange-traded funds that facilitates access to investment opportunities across the global markets. With $1.2 billion in managed assets and over 100,000 investors from more than 100 countries as of August 15, 2012, Global X Funds currently offers exchange-traded funds that target Commodity Producers, International, Domestic, Alternatives, Industry, Income, and Asset Allocation fund suites. For more information, please visit www.globalxfunds.com. DISCLOSURE To receive a distribution, you must be a registered shareholder of the fund on the record date. Distributions are paid to shareholders on the payment date. There is no guarantee that capital gains distributions will not be made in the future. Your own trading will also generate tax consequences and transaction expenses. Past distributions are not indicative of future distributions. Please consult your tax professional or financial adviser for more information regarding your tax situation.