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Hotel rates are expected to rise globally by 6.8% on average in 2024.*
This anticipated growth is being attributed to demand outpacing supply and the hotel industry's sharpened focus on revenue per room instead of occupancy. 
Rather than filling every room, hoteliers seem more prepared to accept lower occupancy, limiting availability and then holding out for higher rates. Lower occupancy, especially during inflationary times, should also help reduce operating costs.
AdvisorShares makes it easy to invest in the hotel industry with
Invests exclusively in the hotel and travel industry, including hotels, resorts, and cruise lines, as well as booking services, tour operators, short-term online rental marketplaces, and travel-related services.
Is the only actively managed ETF dedicated solely to investing in the hotel and travel-related industry.
Allows you to shift your portfolio based on economic cycles and may help capture value from secular or cyclical trends in the industry.
Offers exposure to a specific investment theme when you want it.
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* BCD Travel, "Travel Market Report: 2024Outlook" - November 2023.
For Institutional Investor Use Only. Not for Public Distribution
Before investing you should carefully consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. This and other information is in the prospectus, a copy of which may be obtained by visiting the Fund’s website at www.AdvisorShares.com. Please read the prospectus carefully before you invest. Foreside Fund Services, LLC, distributor.
Investing involves risk including possible loss of principal. The hotels, restaurants & leisure industry is highly competitive and relies heavily on consumer spending for success. The prices of securities of companies in the industry may fluctuate widely due to general economic conditions, consumer spending and the availability of disposable income, changing consumer tastes and preferences and consumer demographics, in addition may be affected by the availability and expense of liability insurance. Legislative or regulatory changes and increased government supervision.
Companies in the hotels, resorts & cruise lines sub-industry may be affected by unique supply and demand factors that do not apply to other sub-industries. Weak economic conditions in some parts of the world, changes in oil prices and currency values, political instability in some areas, and the uncertainty over how long any of these conditions could continue may have a negative impact on the lodging industry. As a result of such current economic conditions and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the lodging industry may continue to experience weakened demand for occupancy in some markets.
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