Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is a company in the U.S. stock market and it is a holding in 180 U.S.-traded ETFs. HPE has around 141.3M shares in the U.S. ETF market. The largest ETF holder of HPE is the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY), with approximately 13.56M shares. Investors may also find of interest that the ETF with the largest allocation to HPE stock is Global Beta Smart Income ETF (GBDV), with a portfolio weight of 3.52%. On average, U.S. ETFs allocate 0.34% of HPE to their portfolios.
Additionally, HPE is a favorite stock for Vanilla and Multi-factor ETFs. It is also most likely to belong to Broad-based ETFs. The best-performing ETF in the past 12 months with HPE as a holding is the ProShares Ultra Technology (ROM), with a return of 95.57%.