SPDR S&P North American Natural Resources ETF
Top 10 Holdings
What is NANR?
The SPDR S&P North American Natural Resources ETF seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the total return performance of the S&P BMI North American Natural Resources Index. The S&P BMI North American Natural Resources Index (the "Index") comprises publicly traded large- and mid-capitalization U.S. and Canadian companies in the natural resources and commodities businesses that meet certain investability requirements and are classified within the sub-industries of one of three natural resources categories: energy, materials or agriculture. The Index is a sub-set of the S&P Global LargeMidCap Commodity and Resources Index (the "Parent Index"), which serves as the initial universe of eligible securities for the Index. The Parent Index consists of U.S. and foreign publicly traded large- and mid-cap companies in the natural resources and commodities businesses that are classified within the sub-industries of the energy, materials or agriculture categories, have a minimum float adjusted market capitalization of $1 billion and have a minimum three-month average daily trading value of $5 million. The Index consists of companies comprising the Parent Index that are domiciled in and pubicly traded principally in the U.S. or Canada. Each natural resources category includes companies classified within specific Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) sub-industries according to the companys principal business activity.
ETFs related toNANR
ETFs correlated to NANR include GUNR, GNR, IGE
What is ETF correlation?
Correlation is a measure of the strength of the relationship between two ETFs. It quantifies the degree to which prices of the two ETFs typically move together.
Here, correlation is measured over the past year with the Pearson correlation coefficient (Pearon’s r), which ranges from -1 to 1.
Using ETF correlations in portfolio and strategy construction
ETF correlations can help you create investing strategies and portfolios. Use them to:
- •Build a diversified portfolio from uncorrelated or inversely correlated ETFs with the aim of minimizing portfolio risk.
- •Compare correlated or related ETFs to find one with a lower expense ratio or higher trading volume.
- •Create an investing strategy that hedges an ETF with an uncorrelated or inversely correlated ETF.
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