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In the tables below, ETFdb.com presents recommended exchange traded fund (ETF) alternatives to the mutual fund MRMSX. These recommendations are powered by ETFdb's Mutual Fund to ETF Converter tool.
How ETFdb.com has selected ETF alternatives to MRMSX: The mutual fund MRMSX has been benchmarked by Marshall against an index, Russell Midcap Growth Index, in its fund prospectus. The ETF alternatives to MRMSX listed below consist of (1) ETFs which track Russell Midcap Growth Index, and (2) ETFs which track other indexes in the same ETFdb.com Category as Russell Midcap Growth Index.
The following table presents exchange traded funds linked to Russell Midcap Growth Index.
The following table presents exchange traded funds linked to indexes in the same ETFdb.com Category as Russell Midcap Growth Index.
|Symbol||ETF Name||Assets||YTD||Expense Ratio|
|IJH||iShares Core S&P Mid-Cap ETF||$46,939,789.11||-0.41%||0.07%|
|MDY||SPDR S&P MidCap 400 ETF||$19,336,148.13||-0.54%||0.24%|
|FNX||First Trust Mid Cap Core AlphaDEX Fund||$881,363.89||0.39%||0.63%|
|JKG||iShares Morningstar Mid-Cap ETF||$704,483.96||-3.32%||0.25%|
|RFG||Invesco S&P MidCap 400® Pure Growth ETF||$574,736.68||-2.59%||0.35%|
|IJK||iShares S&P MidCap 400 Growth ETF||$7,493,811.24||-0.43%||0.25%|
|JKH||iShares Morningstar Mid-Cap Growth ETF||$313,608.01||6.05%||0.30%|
|VBK||Vanguard Small Cap Growth ETF||$8,279,188.48||5.78%||0.07%|
|IVOO||Vanguard S&P Mid-Cap 400 ETF||$904,162.50||-0.45%||0.15%|
|IVOG||Vanguard S&P Mid-Cap 400 Growth ETF||$772,233.00||-0.43%||0.20%|
|MDYG||SPDR S&P 400 Mid Cap Growth ETF||$1,250,902.67||-0.35%||0.15%|
|SCHM||Schwab US Mid-Cap ETF||$5,019,834.27||1.22%||0.05%|
|FNY||First Trust Mid Cap Growth AlphaDEX Fund||$237,775.95||6.05%||0.70%|
|PXMG||Invesco Russell MidCap Pure Growth ETF||$288,112.38||13.81%||0.39%|
|IPO||Renaissance IPO ETF||$17,675.58||-5.36%||0.60%|
|JHMM||John Hancock Multi-Factor Mid Cap ETF||$643,244.64||-0.20%||0.45%|
|QMOM||MomentumShares U.S. Quantitative Momentum ETF||$75,383.75||3.04%||0.79%|
|JSMD||Janus Small/Mid Cap Growth Alpha ETF||$52,420.11||6.18%||0.50%|
|JPME||JPMorgan Diversified Return US Mid Cap Equity ETF||$107,863.12||0.31%||0.24%|
|NUMG||NuShares ESG Mid-Cap Growth ETF||$50,795.25||3.68%||0.40%|
|BOSS||Global X Founder-Run Companies ETF||$4,746.19||8.49%||0.65%|
|OUSM||O’Shares FTSE US Small Cap Quality Dividend ETF||$133,430.32||-1.15%||0.48%|
|FLQM||Franklin LibertyQ U.S. Mid Cap Equity ETF||$7,104.94||4.33%||0.30%|
|RNMC||First Trust Mid Cap US Equity Select ETF||$12,574.67||-2.86%||0.60%|
|USMF||WisdomTree US Multifactor Fund||$120,036.17||5.59%||0.28%|
|SDVY||First Trust SMID Cap Rising Dividend Achievers ETF||$3,942.88||-3.53%||0.60%|
|OSIZ||Oppenheimer Russell 1000 Size Factor ETF||$5,264.77||N/A||0.19%|
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