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AADR vs ARBAX
AADR is an ETF, whereas ARBAX is a mutual fund. AADR has a higher expense ratio than ARBAX (1.1% vs 0.74%). Below is the comparison between AADR and ARBAX.
|Security Type||ETF||Mutual fund|
|Segment||Equity: Global Ex-U.S. - Total Market Growth||N/A|
|Issuer||AdvisorShares||MTB Group of Funds|
|Management Style||passive (index-based)||passive|
The Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation above international benchmarks such as the MSCI EAFE Index and the BNY Mellon Classic ADR Index. The Fund selects a portfolio of U.S. traded securities of non-U.S. organizations, most often American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), included in the BNY Mellon Classic ADR Index.
Top 10 Holdings (38.23% of Total Assets)
|Galapagos NV ADR||GLPG||5.47%|
|NICE Ltd ADR||NICE||5.06%|
|argenx SE ADR||ARGX||3.79%|
|WNS (Holdings) Ltd ADR||WNS||3.48%|
|Gold Fields Ltd ADR||GFI.JO||3.43%|
|TAL Education Group ADR||TAL||3.2%|
|Anglogold Ashanti Ltd ADR||AU.JO||2.96%|
The Fund seeks capital appreciation and, secondarily, income. The Fund's Sub-Advisor will allocate the assets of the Fund among underlying funds. The Sub-Advisor will make allocation decisions according to its outlook for the economy, financial markets, and relative market valuation of the underlying funds.
Top 10 Holdings (0.00% of Total Assets)