CTEX ProShares S&P Kensho Cleantech ETF
CTEX Fund Description
CTEX tracks an index of US-listed companies involved in the development of technologies that enable clean energy generation. Holdings are equally-weighted within tiers.
CTEX Factset Analytics Insight
CTEX focuses on the development of clean energy technologies or “Cleantech.” The fund includes US-listed firms engaged in: 1) technologies used for clean energy capture from various renewable resources (solar, wind, geothermal, and hydro), 2) technologies used for green hydrogen production and energy generation (electrolyzers and stationary fuel cells), 3) installation of these technologies for residential or commercial use, and 4) advanced energy storage devices (utility-scale batteries). Constituents are determined through an automated scan of company documents and SEC filings for terms or phrases relative to Cleantech. Identified companies are then classified as core or non-core based on its principal business strategy. Holdings are initially equal-weighted within each category—with adjustments applied to overweight core stocks. The index reconstitutes annually and rebalances on a semi-annual basis.
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This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of CTEX. CTEX is rated a N/A out of 5.
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