GREI Goldman Sachs Future Real Estate and Infrastructure Equity ETF
GREI Fund Description
GREI is an actively-managed portfolio that seeks long-term capital growth by investing in global real estate and infrastructure companies.
GREI Factset Analytics Insight
GREI actively invests in global companies found in the real estate and infrastructure sectors. In seeking long-term capital growth, the fund targets the broad real estate space while zooming in on the utilities industry of the infrastructure sector. It utilizes a fundamental approach allowing ESG integration, and selects firms based primarily on any of the key themes associated with secular growth drivers including, but not limited to, innovation, demographic shifts, experiences over things, environmental sustainability, and social sustainability. Note, the key themes are not a definite requirement and may change over time at the discretion of the advisor. The fund also does not require the companies to derive any current or future revenue from both sectors, and may hold securities of any market cap. Moreover, it aims for its portfolio to have economic ties to at least three countries, including the US.
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GREI Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of GREI. GREI is rated a N/A out of 5.
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