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Anti-ESG Firm Strive Plans Four New ETFs After First Fund Draws $250 Million

  • Strive files for four new funds two weeks after DRLL debut
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After the rapid success of its inaugural anti-ESG exchange-traded fund, Strive Asset Management is striking while the iron’s hot.

The firm, which launched in 2022 with backing from billionaire investors including Peter Thiel and Bill Ackman, filed for four additional equity ETFs with US regulators on Tuesday. The filings land just two weeks after the Strive US Energy ETF (ticker DRLL) launched, which has already accumulated nearly $250 million in assets.