The HLTH ETF invests in shares of international healthcare companies which offer growth ‘at a reasonable price’. Meaning, the ETF aims to invest in shares according to the common GARP methodology.
The HLTH ETF tracks The MarketGrader Developed Markets (ex-Australia) Health Care Net Return AUD Index – quite the mouthful. The index consists of 50 healthcare companies with the best growth at a reasonable price (GARP) attributes outside of Australia. The GARP properties focus on fundamentals across four categories: growth, value, profitability, and cash flow.
The index behind the HLTH ETF is well diversified across weightings, with the largest holdings often around 3% of the portfolio. Geographically, the holdings are primarily domiciled in the United States, consisting of 50% – 55% of the index.
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