Syntax Stratified LargeCap ETF company info

What does Syntax Stratified LargeCap ETF do?
Syntax Stratified LargeCap ETF (NYSE:SSPY) operates as an exchange-traded fund focusing on providing investors with diversified exposure to large-cap U.S. companies. The ETF employs a unique stratified-weight approach to portfolio construction, aiming to reduce concentration risk and enhance portfolio diversification compared to traditional market-cap weighted indices. Syntax Stratified LargeCap ETF endeavors to capture the breadth of the large-cap market segment, investing in a variety of sectors such as technology, healthcare, financials, and consumer goods. The objective of SSPY is to offer investors the potential for competitive returns through a systematic, rules-based methodology that seeks to balance sector and industry weights more evenly across the portfolio. This strategy is designed to provide a more stable investment platform, potentially lowering volatility and offering a unique opportunity for growth and income over time.
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New York, United States

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What does Syntax Stratified LargeCap ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /LargeCap Exposure /Stratified Weighting /Equity Fund /Risk Diversification /Asset Allocation

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Overview of Syntax Stratified LargeCap ETF offerings
Tracks Stratified S&P 500 Index: SSPY tracks the Syntax Stratified LargeCap Index, which holds the same constituents as the S&P 500 but with a different weighting methodology.
Reduced Sector Risk: The Syntax Stratified LargeCap Index applies a proprietary weighting strategy to reduce an investor's exposure to any single business sector within the S&P 500.
Diversification by Business Risk: Instead of weighting holdings by market capitalization (like the traditional S&P 500), SSPY considers business relationships between companies. This aims to spread investment across different business functions.
Seeks Similar Overall Performance: Despite the different weighting approach, SSPY strives to deliver similar overall investment results to the S&P 500 Index, before fees.
Passively Managed: SSPY is a passively managed ETF, meaning it tracks the performance of an underlying index and doesn't involve active security selection by a fund manager.
Expense Ratio: SSPY has an expense ratio, a fee that covers the cost of operating the ETF. It's important to consider this cost before investing. You can find the expense ratio on the Syntax Advisors website [Syntax SSPY] or other financial websites.