State Street Health Care ETF | XLV

Medium RiskEquity
State Street Health Care ETF
Issued by:State Street
Index : AMEX
Unit Price (NAV) :
$
Minimum investment: 1 unit
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State Street Health Care ETF | XLV

State Street Health Care ETF | XLV

About XLV ETF

State Street Healthcare ETF (XLV) offers targetted access to healthcare stocks, with an estimated 3-5 year growth of 10.21%

Returns

PerformanceYTD1Y3Y5Y10Y
State Street Health Care ETF2.79%15.15%12.41%13.40%15.73%

Asset Class

Asset type breakdown
Stock US99.89%
Cash0.11%

XLV Holdings - Top 10

NameiWeightage (%)
Johnson & Johnson9.66%
UnitedHealth Group Incorporated7.59%
Pfizer Inc4.66%
AbbVie Inc4.50%
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc4.50%
Abbott Laboratories4.45%
Medtronic plc3.62%
Danaher Corporation3.42%
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company3.41%
Eli Lilly and Company3.38%

XLV Sectors/Industry Breakdown

Sectori% of market value
Healthcare100%

XLV Countries

Country% of market value
North America100%

Projected Returns

Investment ofper month
gives returns of :
at 15.73% / annum
$in 10 years
amount
for a time period of
time1Y3Y5Y10Y
Returnsbased on historic returns of 15.73% per annum
$
$
$+ 15.73

XLV Summary Data

Fund Size(AUM) $i
Avg. mkt. cap (MM) $i
Symbol XLV
Exchange ARCX
ISIN US81369Y2090
Cat. Benchmark MSCI ACWI NR USD
Asset class EQUITY
Category Health
Country US

XLV Portfolio Data & Volatility Analysis

Expense ratio 0.13i
Beta 0.74i
P/E ratio 16.51606i
Standard Deviation 16.45i

Fund Strategy

Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund seeks investment results that, before expenses, correspond generally to the price and yield performance of publicly traded equity securities of companies in the Health Care Select Sector Index. In seeking to track the performance of the index, the fund employs a replication strategy. It generally invests substantially all, but at least 95%, of its total assets in the securities comprising the index.

XLV Fact Sheets & Reports

About State Street

State Street Global Advisors created the first US listed ETF in 1993. Since then, each new member of the SPDR ETF family has been built to reflect our intimate knowledge of the ETF market. We believe ETFs are about finding simple solutions to help meet investors' needs.

State Street Health Care ETF | XLV