The BetaShares QUS ETF provides investors with equally-weighted exposure to the S&P 500. It seeks to reduce concentration towards the largest US companies and spread investments equally across all 500 companies in the index.
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The BetaShares QUS ETF invests in US shares, which offer both income and growth potential. QUS invests in the S&P 500, which is the 500 largest US-listed companies, using an equal-weight strategy. This means that each of the 500 companies within the ETF receives the same allocation at each rebalance regardless of their size. This prevents the ETF from becoming too concentrated in a handful of very large companies.
The BetaShares QUS ETF could be used by investors looking to gain exposure to a broad basket of US companies while avoiding concentration in a handful of ‘mega-caps’. This may reduce risk and provide the potential to outperform market-cap-weighted benchmarks.
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