XWEB will try to reflect the performance of the S&P Internet Select Industry Index, which is comprised of internet names taken from the S&P Total Market Index.

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The Internet ETF will include a 78.5% weight toward internet software & services and 21.3% toward internet retail. Top holdings include LinkedIn (NasdaqGS: LNKD) 3.1%, Twitter (NasdaqGS: TWTR) 2.5% and Zillow Group (NasdaqGS: Z) 2.3%.

Due to their more equal-weight methodologies, both XTH and XWEB may lean toward more mid- and small-cap companies.

The more widely observed Technology Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLK) includes a 16.0% position in tech hardware storage & peripherals, 1.6% electronic equipment and 18.4% internet software & services.

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