Xtrackers S&P 500 ESG ETF

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Основные параметры

Цена последней сделки 34.2
Код ценной бумаги SNPE
Полное наименование Xtrackers S&P 500 ESG ETF
Объем 446980000000
Изм за день, % 0.01
Комиссия 0.10
Дата основания Jun 26. 2019
Тип актива Equity
Индекс S&P 500 ESG Index
Регион North America
Средний P/E 27.75
Дивиденды 1.38
5 летняя доходность
3 летняя доходность
Годовая доходность 28.01
Бета 0.99
Валюта usd

Топ эмитентов

Эмитент Доля, %
Apple 8.45
Microsoft Corporation 7.4
Amazon 5.72
Facebook 2.68
Google Alphabet 2.53
JPMorgan Chase 1.93
Visa 1.51
Procter & Gamble Company 1.33
UnitedHealth Group 1.32
Mastercard 1.29
Home Depot 1.21
Bank of America 1.13
Intel 1.05

Описание Xtrackers S&P 500 ESG ETF

The Xtrackers S&P 500 ESG ETF (SNPE) was the first to offer exposure to S&P 500 stocks screened for environmental, social and governance factors, known by the acronym ESG. SNPE excludes companies with disqualifying U.N. Global Compact scores, and those involved with tobacco or controversial weapons. The fund targets the 75% with the highest ESG scores. The portfolio holdings are market-cap weighted but adjusted to maintain broadly similar sector exposure to the parent index. SNPE is priced competitively.

It owns just over 300 of the stocks in the S&P 500, and its top holdings look — by design — very similar to the plain-vanilla index. Some notable names are left out, including Johnson & Johnson and Berkshire Hathaway.

Issuers have rolled out dozens of ESG-style funds in recent years to appeal to younger investors who are concerned about the social impact of their investments. ESG (the strategy, not the ticker) is different from traditional socially-responsible investing, which typically tried to exclude bad actors and industries. Many advisers worried that this came at the expense of diversification and returns. today’s strategies aim to be more inclusive. Instead of ignoring large swathes of the market, the goal is maintain market-like diversification with a tilt toward the best corporate citizens. It’s worth nothing that there are plenty of skeptics when it comes to ESG investing, and critics say ESG whitewashes a portfolio rather than driving companies to truly change their behavior. Investors who prefer plain-vanilla ETFs can take a look at funds like the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) or the iShares S&P 500 ETF (IVV).