ONEY ETF Factor Report

Data as of market close on: 12/2/2022.

Validea's ETF Factor Report offers a fundamental analysis of any ETF using the major investing factors, including value, quality, momentum, and low volatility.
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SPDR Russell 1000 Yield Focus ETF (ONEY)

Total Assets: $905,809,300 Expense Ratio: 0.20% Active Share vs. S&P 500: 92.00% Active Share vs. Russell 2000: 99.83% Fee for Active Share: 0.22% Fee for Value Exposure: 0.23% Highest Scoring Metric: Shareholder Yield
Issuer:State Street Validea Category: Mid-Cap Value Number of Holdings: 298 Median Mkt Cap (mil): $9,430 Average Mkt Cap (mil): $21,394 Implied Liquidity: $1,430,540,000 Concentration: 40/100
The investment seeks to provide investment results that before fees and expenses correspond generally to the total return performance of the Russell 1000 Yield Focused Factor Index. Under normal market conditions the fund generally invests substantially all but at least 80% of its total assets in the securities comprising the index. The index is designed to reflect the performance of a segment of large-capitalization U.S. equity securities demonstrating a combination of core factors (high value high quality and low size characteristics) with a focus factor comprising high yield characteristics (the 'Factor Characteristics').

Factor Profile

ONEY's exposure to the major factors (100 is highest).

ONEY Sector Exposure

Largest overweights and underweights relative to the S&P 500

ONEY Industry Exposure

Largest overweights and underweights relative to the S&P 500

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