Highest Active Share Value ETFs
The value exposure indicates how cheap the holdings of the ETF are relative to all other ETFs using a series of value metrics. Each ETF is evaluated using the PE Ratio, Price/Sales, Price/Book, Price/Cash Flow, EV/EBITDA and Shareholder Yield. The combined score is calculated using a combination of all the metrics.
Active share shows you how different an ETF is from a benchmark index. Being different is not necessarily good or bad, but anything that is different from a benchmark can be expected to produce a very different return stream. Active share is calculated by comparing the holdings of an ETF and the holdings of the benchmark. It does this by looking at the holdings that are in the ETF, but not in the benchmark, the holdings that are in the benchmark, but not in the ETF, and the differences in position weights for the holdings they both have in common. Active share can range from 0% to 100%. An ETF with an active share of 0% has the same holdings as the benchmark, held at the same weights, while an ETF with an active share of 100% has no holdings in common with the benchmark and is completely different.