SPDR® S&P 1500 Value Tilt ETF company info

What does SPDR® S&P 1500 Value Tilt ETF do?
SPDR® S&P 1500 Value Tilt ETF (NYSEARCA:VLU) focuses on delivering investment results that, before expenses, correspond generally to the total return performance of the S&P 1500 Value Tilt Index. This index emphasizes companies in the S&P 1500 that exhibit strong value characteristics, essentially tilting its portfolio towards undervalued stocks across a broad range of market capitalizations. SPDR® S&P 1500 Value Tilt ETF aims to give investors diversified exposure to the value segment of the U.S. equity market, seeking to include stocks that are potentially undervalued relative to peers. Its projects and objectives revolve around tracking the performance of its underlying index as closely as possible, while minimizing fees and maintaining liquidity for its shareholders. The ETF's strategy is designed for investors looking for a balance between value investing and broad market representation.
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Boston, United States

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Overview of SPDR® S&P 1500 Value Tilt ETF offerings
Focus on U.S. Value Stocks: VLU invests in a basket of U.S. companies that are considered "value stocks." These are companies whose stock prices may be trading below their perceived intrinsic value based on factors like earnings, cash flow, and book value.
S&P 1500 Index with Value Tilt: VLU tracks an index based on the S&P 1500 Index, which includes 1,500 of the largest U.S. companies. However, VLU applies a "value tilt," overweighting companies with value characteristics within the index.
Passive Management: VLU likely tracks the index composition automatically, adjusting holdings to reflect changes in the underlying index. This passive management approach potentially results in lower fees compared to actively managed value ETFs.
Potential for Capital Appreciation: If the value stocks within VLU are undervalued and their prices rise to reflect their intrinsic value, the ETF's value can potentially appreciate. However, value stocks can be out of favor for extended periods, affecting VLU's performance.
Diversification Within U.S. Value Stocks: By holding a basket of value companies from various sectors, VLU offers diversification within this investment style, reducing concentration risk on any single company.
Potential for Higher Returns with Higher Risk: Value stocks can offer higher potential returns compared to growth stocks, but they also tend to be more volatile. VLU's price can fluctuate more significantly compared to an ETF that tracks the broader S&P 1500 Index.