This ETF delivers exposure to the global consumer staples sector, including roughly even allocations to U.S. and international stocks. KXI is heavily tilted towards developed markets, with the biggest international weightings afforded to a handful of Western European economies. As such, this ETF may be appealing for investors looking to implement a sector rotation strategy on a more global level or for those looking to implement a tactical overlay that involves a sector-specific focus. KXI is efficient from a cost perspective, but leaves a bit to be desired in terms of diversification. Though holdings are spread across more than 100 different securities, the largest stocks of that group receive a hefty weighting in the portfolio. Investors looking for U.S. exposure to the consumer sectors sector will like XLP or RHS, while those looking to avoid the U.S. altogether may like AXSL or IPS.