Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF company info

What does Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF do?
Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF (NYSEARCA:TPLC) focuses on investing primarily in a diverse portfolio of U.S. equity securities, including large and mid-cap companies that adhere to its unique biblically responsible investing (BRI) criteria. This approach involves screening investments to ensure they align with Christian values, avoiding companies involved in activities such as abortion, pornography, anti-family entertainment, and non-traditional married lifestyles, among others. The fund aims to offer investors the opportunity to build wealth in a way that is consistent with their moral and ethical beliefs, while still participating in the growth potential of the American economy. TPLC operates with the objective of long-term capital appreciation, carefully selecting stocks that not only meet its rigorous moral standards but also show promising financial performance and growth potential.
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Is Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF employ?

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Employees
22

What sector is Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF?

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Head Office
Maitland, United States

What year was Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2019
What does Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Portfolio Diversification /Fund Services /Risk Management /Asset Allocation /Financial Planning

What are the products and/or services of Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF?

Overview of Timothy Plan US Large/Mid Cap Core ETF offerings
Large-cap U.S. stocks: The underlying index focuses on the 500 largest U.S. companies by market capitalization.
Companies with positive earnings: The index only considers companies with positive earnings in the past four quarters.
Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) compliant companies: The index applies a set of religious values-based criteria to filter out companies from the initial pool.
Volatility-weighted allocation: The ETF holdings are weighted based on each stock's volatility, with less volatile stocks having a higher weight in the fund.
Diversification: By holding a basket of underlying securities, the ETF offers diversification across various sectors and companies within the U.S. large-cap space.
Potential for capital appreciation: The ETF aims to track the performance of the underlying index, which may experience capital appreciation over time.