Highest Momentum Value ETFs

The value exposure indicates how cheap the holdings of the ETF are relative to all other ETFs using a series of value metrics. Each ETF is evaluated using the PE Ratio, Price/Sales, Price/Book, Price/Cash Flow, EV/EBITDA and Shareholder Yield. The combined score is calculated using a combination of all the metrics.

Momentum exposure measures how well a fund's holdings have performed. We measure both price momentum (how much the stocks have gone up relative to their peers) and fundamental momentum (how fast their underlying businesses have been growing). To measure price momentum, we use the 12-1 return, which is a stock's return in the past 12 months, excluding the most recent month. The most recent month is excluded because short-term momentum often tends to reverse, so excluding it provides a better momentum signal

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ETFs with Most Momentum and Value Factor Exposures

Ticker Total
Assets
Expense
Ratio
Total
Holdings
CDC $555,690,700 0.35% 102
CFO $724,709,000 0.35% 503
CSF $55,309,650 0.35% 444
SYV $20,020,230 0.60% 56
DFND $32,221,140 1.44% 72

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