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Some important comparison metrics here are expense ratio, issuer, AUM, and shares outstanding,
among others. Furthermore, ADV in the 11th and 12th row, which stands for Average Daily Volume,
can help investors avoid illiquid ETFs.
Compare the number of holdings, all ETF holdings, asset allocation, and much more.
Each asset class has unique holdings data. For instance, only equity ETFs will display
sector and market cap breakdown, among other equity fields. Bond ETFs on the other hand,
will display the type of bond, coupon breakdown, credit quality, and more bond specific metrics.
ESG Scores represent how an ETF's constituents, in aggregate, manage ESG risks and opportunities. Compare ESG metrics across multiple themes including environmental, social, governance and morality.
ESG Score Peer Percentile (%)
ESG Score Global Percentile (%)
Revenue Exposure to Environmental Impact (%)
Severe Environment Controversies (%)
Sustainable Impact Solutions (%)
Revenue Exposure to Social Impact (%)
SRI Exclusion Criteria (%)
Severe Governance Controversies (%)
Environmental Responsible Scores
Weighted Average Carbon Intensity (Tons of CO2e / $M Sales)
Fossil Fuel Reserves (%)
High Impact Fossil Fuel Reserves (%)
Water Stress High Risk Business Segment (%)
Water Stress High Risk Geography (%)
Water Stress Exposure Moderate (%)
Water Stress Exposure High (%)
Water Stress Exposure Low (%)
Revenue Exposure to Energy Efficiency (%)
Revenue Exposure to Alternative Energy (%)
Revenue Exposure to Green Building (%)
Revenue Exposure to Pollution Prevention (%)
Revenue Exposure to Water Sustainability (%)
Socially Responsible Scores
Revenue Exposure to Affordable Real Estate (%)
Revenue Exposure to Education (%)
Revenue Exposure to Major Disease Treatment (%)
Revenue Exposure to Nutrition (%)
Revenue Exposure to Sanitation (%)
Revenue Exposure to SME Finance (%)
Human Rights Norms Violation (%)
Human Rights Norms Violation OR Watch List (%)
Severe Human Rights Controversies (%)
Labor Norms Violation (%)
Labor Norms Violation OR Watch List (%)
Severe Labor Controversies (%)
Severe Customer Controversies (%)
Global Compact Compliance Violation (%)
Global Compact Compliance Violation OR Watch List (%)
Catholic Values Fail (%)
Islamic Non-Compliant (%)
Adult Entertainment Involvement (%)
Alcohol Involvement (%)
Gambling Involvement (%)
Nuclear Power Involvement (%)
Tobacco Involvement (%)
Weapons Involvement (%)
Controversies Weapons Involvement (%)
Civilian Firearms Involvement (%)
Civilian Firearms Retailer (%)
Civilian Firearms Producer (%)
Direct Predatory Lending Involvement (%)
Genetic Engineering Involvement (%)
Responsible Governance Scores
Board Flag (%)
Lack of Independent Board Majority (%)
Board Independence (0-25%) (%)
Board Independence (25-50%) (%)
Board Independence (50-75%) (%)
Board Independence (75-100%) (%)
No Female Directors (%)
Three OR More Female Directors (%)
Females Represent 30% of Directors (%)
Entrenched Board (%)
Negative Director Votes (%)
Ownership AND Control Flag (%)
One Share One Vote (%)
No Annual Director Elections (%)
Does Not Use Majority Voting (%)
Significant Votes Against Pay Practices (%)
Controlling Shareholder (%)
Controlling Shareholder Concerns (%)
Cross Shareholdings (%)
Poison Pill (%)
Pay Flag (%)
No Pay Performance Link (%)
Lack of Internal Pay Equity (%)
Executive Pay Non-Disclosure (%)
Accounting Flag (%)
In addition to weekly, YTD and yearly returns, this section features the ETF’s beta, P/E ratio,
dividend data, and risk metrics. Risk adjusted return comparisons can be made with the help of
beta and standard deviation on this page.
1 Week Return
2 Week Return
4 Week Return
13 Week Return
26 Week Return
1 Year Return
3 Year Return
Annual Dividend Rate
Annual Dividend Yield %
5 Day Volatility
20 Day Volatility
50 Day Volatility
200 Day Volatility
Most of the main technical indicators are available to compare here. This includes moving
averages, MACD, RSI, bollinger bands, support and resistance levels, and more. Compare these
to figure out the best entry points from a technical setup perspective.
20 Day MA
60 Day MA
MACD 15 Period
MACD 100 Period
Williams % Range 10 Day
Williams % Range 20 Day
RSI 10 Day
RSI 20 Day
RSI 30 Day
Lower Bollinger Band (10 Day)
Upper Bollinger Band (10 Day)
Lower Bollinger Band (20 Day)
Upper Bollinger Band (20 Day)
Lower Bollinger Band (30 Day)
Upper Bollinger Band (30 Day)
Support Level 1
Support Level 2
Resistance Level 1
Resistance Level 2
Stochastic Oscillator %D - 1 Day
Stochastic Oscillator %D - 5 Days
Stochastic Oscillator %K - 1 Day
Stochastic Oscillator %K - 5 Days
Compare the ETF’s asset class metrics, region exposure, structure, inception date and many
more important database factors in the table below.
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EEM is one of the most popular ETFs in the world, and is one of the oldest products on the market offering exposure to stock markets of emerging economies. Given this objective, EEM can be used in a number of different ways; this ETF can be equally useful as a short-term trade to increase...
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ratings of six key metrics as well as an Overall Rating.
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