XRT SPDR S&P Retail ETF
XRT Fund Description
XRT tracks a broad-based, equal-weighted index of stocks in the US retail industry.
XRT Factset Analytics Insight
XRT uses equal-weighting rather than market-cap-weighting to make radical differences in exposure and performance than its peers. The effect of equal weighting is keener than some other equal-weighted funds because it draws retail stocks, as defined by GICS, from the broad S&P Total Market Index that include stocks of any capitalization. The result, XRT has an order of magnitude in greater small- and micro-cap exposure. The fund holds retail companies that stretch across multiple sub-industries that include apparel, automotive, computers and electronics, department stores, drugs, food, general merchandise stores, hypermarkets and super centers, internet and direct marketing retail, and specialty stores. The index is rebalanced quarterly.
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XRT Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of XRT. XRT is rated a 5 out of 5.
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