SMH VanEck Semiconductor ETF
What is SMH?
SMH tracks a market-cap-weighted index of 25 of the largest US-listed semiconductors companies.
SMH Factset Analytics Insight
SMH is a highly concentrated fund that invests in common stocks and depositary receipts of US-listed semiconductor companies, similar to our benchmark. Midcap companies and foreign companies listed in the US can also be included. To be initially eligible, 50% of company revenues must be primarily in the production of semiconductors and semiconductor equipment. The top 50 eligible companies by market cap are then given two separate ranks based on free-float market capitalization in descending order and three-month average-daily-trading volume in descending order. Those two ranks are summed and the highest ranked 25 companies are selected. A capping scheme is applied to ensure diversification and more weight is given to the larger companies.
SMH Summary Data
SMH Portfolio Data
SMH Index Data
SMH Portfolio Management
SMH Tax Exposures
SMH Fund Structure
Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of SMH. SMH is rated a 5 out of 5.
SMH Sector/Industry Breakdown
SMH Top 10 Holdings
SMH Performance Statistics
SMH Economic Development
SMH Benchmark Comparison Summary
SMH Benchmark Comparison Market Cap Size
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