Betashares EX20 ETF (ASX:EX20)

The BetaShares EX20 ETF provides exposure to the largest 180 Australian shares, based on market capitalisation, excluding the top 20.

EX20 share price & data

Ticker code: EX20
Yearly fee (MER): 0.25%
FUM: $117.04 million
Monthly spread: 0.22%
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$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
Range: 1 mth | 3 mths | 6 mths | 1 yr | 2 yrs | 5 yrs | 10 yrs

Prices updated using end of day data. Capital return only. FUM, fee and spread data updated monthly. Last updated: July 2020.

What does the EX20 invest in?

EX20 still invests in Australian shares which offer growth and income potential but it avoids 20 of the largest 200 Australian shares. To do so, it follows the NASDAQ Australia Completion Cap Index. You could buy all of these companies yourself using a share brokerage account, but that would be a very expensive and time-consuming process.

What do investors use EX20 for?

The BetaShares Australian Ex-20 Portfolio Diversifier ETF could be used by investors to get exposure to a broad basket of Australia’s medium and large public companies, which are likely to grow their profit over time and pay regular tax-effective dividends to their shareholders. Investors may also consider using the EX20 ETF if they are trying to avoid large Australian bank shares (CBA, NAB, ANZ, etc.) and miners (BHP, Rio Tinto, etc.). The largest 20 shares on ASX account for a large proportion of Australia’s share market.

EX20 dividend information

Fund Issuer

BetaShares is one of Australia’s largest ETF issuers, by the number of ETFs issued on the ASX and total funds under management (FUM).

Best ETFs warnings

The following warnings are applied by our team, based on quantitative metrics and our internal methodology. These risks are not exhaustive and therefore they should not be relied upon. Always read the PDS of the function and speak to your financial adviser before acting on this information.

When an ETF does not have a sufficiently long track record — typically, we consider this to be at least 3 years — the ETF is could be at a higher risk of being closed down (if it doesn’t grow), and the historical performance and returns (if any) cannot be relied upon.

Tax Domicile

When a fund/ETF has a “domicile” of Australia it means it is a registered fund in Australia for tax purposes.

Registry

Link Market Services is the second-largest share registry in Australia and operates from offices in 11 countries throughout Australasia, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe.

Sector Information

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