Why You Should Consider Revenue Weighted ETFs [RevenueShares Large Cap Fund (ETF), RevenueShares Mid Cap Fund (ETF)]

Wal-Mart, Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Berkshire are the top holdings as of now. Consumer Discretionary, Consumer Staples. Energy and Financials occupy the top spots in terms of sector exposure.

The product charges an expense ratio of 49 basis points. It is a Zacks ETF Rank # 2 (Buy) ETF.

RevenueShares Mid Cap Fund (NYSEARCA:RWK)

RWK holds same securities as the S&P MidCap 400 index, weighting the holdings by top-line revenue instead of market-capitalization.

Ingram Micro, World Fuel Services and Tech Data are the top holdings at present. Consumers, Industrials and Financials are the top sectors.

The product charges an expense ratio of 54 basis points. It is a Zacks ETF Rank # 3 (Hold) ETF.

RevenueShares Small Cap Fund (NYSEARCA:RWJ)

RWJ is comprised of the same securities as the S&P SmallCap 600 index but the holdings are ranked by top-line revenue instead of market capitalization.

Centene Corp, Synnex Corp and Barnes & Noble are the top holdings as of now but the fund is very well diversified with top 10 holdings accounting for just 13.5% of total assets. Consumers, Industrials and Technology are the top sectors.

The product charges an expense ratio of 54 basis points. It is a Zacks ETF Rank # 2 (Buy) ETF.

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