EATV VegTech Plant-based Innovation & Climate ETF
What is EATV?
EATV is an actively managed, concentrated portfolio of global companies considered to be driving plant-based innovation regarding food and materials trend. Stocks selection is based on a firm's financials, environmental, and climate-friendly principles.
EATV Factset Analytics Insight
EATV actively invests in equity securities of companies that are believed to be working to build a more efficient, nutritional, cruelty-free, and sustainable food and materials supply chain. Investments may span across the entire industry including agriculture technology, plant-based food, nutrition, bioscience, and consumer goods. The use of disruptive technologies and innovation are critical elements in pursuing such advancements. In selecting constituents, the adviser screens companies according to their relevance to this space and their environmental principles. The fund’s portfolio will typically consist of less than 50 holdings but may increase over time depending on the size of the investable universe. Besides common and preferred publicly traded stocks, EATV may also hold rights and warrants, partnership interests and business trust shares, IPOs, ADRs, and GDRs.
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Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of EATV. EATV is rated a N/A out of 5.
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