BetaShares QUS ETF (ASX:QUS)
The BetaShares QUS ETF provides investors with exposure to the top 1,000 US-listed companies, as measured by fundamentals (e.g. company cash flow). It seeks to outperform traditional market capitalisation-weighted benchmarks.
What does the QUS invest in?
The BetaShares QUS ETF invests in US shares, which offer both income and growth potential. QUS tracks the FTSE RAFI US 1000 Index which is designed to track the performance of the largest US companies based on four fundamental measures: sales, cash flow, dividends and book value. In this way, the strategy removes the link between a company’s share price and its weight in the index. QUS seeks to outperform traditional market capitalisation-weighted ETFs by selling fundamentally ‘expensive’ shares while buying those which are deemed ‘undervalued’.
What do investors use QUS for?
The BetaShares QUS ETF could be used by investors looking to gain exposure to a broad and large basket of US companies. These companies are likely to grow their profit over time and pay semi-regular dividends to their shareholders.
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