Strive 500 ETF company info

What does Strive 500 ETF do?
Strive 500 ETF (NYSE:STRV) operates as an exchange-traded fund designed to provide investors with investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the total return performance of the S&P 500 Index. It achieves this by investing at least 80% of its total assets in the securities comprising the index, aiming to mirror the investment results of the S&P 500 as closely as possible. The fund's operations are geared towards offering an accessible means for individual and institutional investors to gain diversified exposure to large-cap U.S. equity markets, focusing on sectors such as technology, healthcare, consumer discretionary, and financial services. Strive 500 ETF's objectives center around track index performance, minimizing costs for investors, and providing liquidity through its NYSE listing, making it an attractive option for those looking to invest in the broad U.S. stock market.
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Dublin, United States

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What does Strive 500 ETF specialise in?
/Exchange Traded Fund /Stock Investments /Asset Management /Portfolio Diversification /Financial Service /Market Cap

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Overview of Strive 500 ETF offerings
Investment in companies forming the S&P 500, focusing on maximizing shareholder returns without social agendas.
Advocacy for depoliticizing corporate America by encouraging companies to focus solely on business performance.
Engagement with company managements to influence policies towards shareholder value maximization.
Offers an index fund strategy for investors looking to align with Strive's investment philosophy.
Educational resources and tools for investors to understand the impact of social and political agendas on investments.
Strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations to promote the importance of focusing on financial performance.