ETF Securities CURE ETF (ASX:CURE)
The ETFS CURE ETF provides investors with exposure to the US biotechnology sub-industry within the health care sector. CURE adopts an equally weighted strategy, which allocates greater exposure to small and mid-cap shares compared to a market capitalisation weighted approach.
What does the CURE invest in?
The CURE ETF invests in biotechnology stocks trading on major US exchanges. CURE tracks the performance of the S&P Biotechnology Select Industry Index by holding all of the shares that make up the index, closely in proportion to their index weights. These companies are classified as belonging to the GICS biotechnology sub-industry, and must meet certain market capitalisation and liquidity requirements.
What do investors use CURE for?
CURE could be used by investors to get tactical exposure to a basket of companies within the USA’s biotechnology industry. Most biotech companies are heavily research-focused and their success can often depend on one breakthrough or regulatory approval, making it a speculative industry.
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