FTSE Developed Countries ex US Fund (gsd)
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Asset Allocation (% of Port)
Geographic Allocation (% of Port)
Australia + Pacific Islands
ETF Description Update
FTSE Developed Countries ex US (GSD) Description: GSD is an exchange trading fund (ETF), which is a security that tracks a basket of assets, but trades like a stock. GSD exchange trading fund (ETF) tracks the FTSE Developed ex US; the ftse developed ex-us index is comprised of approximately 85% large-cap stocks and 15% mid-cap stocks from more than 20 developed international markets excluding the us. FTSE Developed Countries ex US (GSD) falls under the Foreign Large Cap Equities category. GSD's dividend yield is roughly 0%, it has an expense ratio of 0.35%, and is in the equity ETF asset class. FTSE Developed Countries ex US (GSD) focuses its investments in the Developed Markets region of the world. GSD does not use leverage and GSD's performance is meant to match its benchmark. The GSD ETF is not affiliated with a particular ETF sector. An investor can find GSD's top holdings, fundamental analysis, and fund ratings on the left side of the screen. The right side features GSD's technical analysis chart and long term fund potential. Long term and short term buy ratings indicate our highest possible valuation rating. Click here for additional information on GlobalShares ETF funds or see the ETF research & analysis home page to start.
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