GSFP Goldman Sachs Future Planet Equity ETF
GSFP Fund Description
GSFP is an actively-managed fund of global companies that seek to address environmental problems.
GSFP Factset Analytics Insight
GSFP actively selects global companies focusing on key themes that address environmental concerns. Constituents are selected based on a fundamental approach identified by companies’ key theme-driven revenue, value and growth, combined with the fund adviser’s research and forecasts based on company disclosures, third-party research and other subjective criteria. The fund currently includes five key themes: i) Clean Energy (solar and wind energy, bioenergy, energy storage, grid services and carbon sequestration), ii) Resource Efficiency (electric and autonomous vehicles, sustainable manufacturing, logistics and smart cities), iii) Sustainable Consumption (agriculture, food, tourism and fashion), iv) Circular Economy (recycling and reuse, waste management and single-use substitution), and v) Water Sustainability (water treatment, distribution and desalination). However, due to its active approach, key themes selection and allocation may significantly change over time.
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GSFP Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of GSFP. GSFP is rated a N/A out of 5.
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