As of the end of the second quarter, those three sectors combined for about a third of BFOR’s weight, according to issuer data. Financial services and industrials remain the largest sector weights in BFOR. Those sectors combined for over 36% of the fund’s weight at the end of the second quarter. The median market value of BFOR’s holdings at the end of the second quarter was $4.13 billion. None of the ETF’s holdings exceed weights of 0.28%.
“Tying for third largest sector weighting were Consumer Discretionary and Technology, the latter shedding a further 4 members, with 63 constituents each. Both remain below their 10-year average allocation in B400 of 73 and 69 companies, respectively,” according to the statement.
BFOR is up 9.11% year-to-date.
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