Fund Class Size - Definition and ETF Research Reports
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ETF Fund Class Size Definition (click here to see the ETF research report database)
Funds (ETFs, ETNs, and Mutual Funds) are broken down into class sizes: small, medium, and large. They sizes correspond to the size of the companies held within the fund. These distinctions are important for investors, because different sized companies perform differently in various markets. Large companies are generally more stable than smaller companies, but they lack the potential growth opportunities that small companies has historically provided. Below are WikiWealth's ETF funds organized by fund style and size.