S&P Health Care Select Sector Index ETF Overview

The S&P Health Care Select Sector Index measures the performance of Health Care securities and is selected by a Committee process. Currently, 2 ETFs track the S&P Health Care Select Sector Index with more than $16.12 B in ETP assets with an average expense ratio of 0.61%. The largest ETF is Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLV) by SPDR with $15.97 B in assets.


ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

Sector ETFs exhibited overwhelmingly positive performance during the month.

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

Across the board, sectors were generally up in November

Features and News

Earnings Not Sole Driver Of Stock ETFs Rally

Earnings are rising, but not as fast as the stock market. There’s more at play.

ETF.com Analysis

A Response To Jim Cramer’s ‘Why I’m Against ETFs’

CNBC’s Mad Monday host misconstrues some ETFs benefits as liabilities.

ETF.com Analysis

Similar Sector ETFs Not Built The Same

Issuers take different approaches to industry and sector exposure.

Features and News

Top Sector ETFs Ahead Of Earnings Season

S&P 500 companies are expected to see the fastest earnings growth in nearly five years. Here's what that means for sector ETFs.

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

Telecommunications lagged in February, while health care shined as the top-performing sector.

Features and News

Why Health Care Is The Top Sector Of 2017

Health care ETFs have largely shrugged off the Republican health care bill.

Features and News

Rising Rates Not Biggest Driver For Financials

There are three forces driving returns in financials, and they seem to be lining up for outperformance.