Sector adjustments include industrials going to 18.75% from 18%, technology rising to 15% from 13.75%, staples jumping to 6% from 5.25% and materials climbing to 7% from 5.5%. Sectors that saw their weights in BFOR lowered include financial services, health care and energy. BFOR currently holds just one telecom stock and no utilities names.
BFOR has gained almost 22% since its debut. The ETF accumulated $182 million in assets under management by mid-December 2013. [These New ETFs Have Rapidly Gained Assets]
Barron’s 400 ETF
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