DIHP, NYSE

Dimensional International High Profitability ETF (DIHP)

Price (as of September 22)

20.01USD

Correlations

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Lowest within Industry

Symbol Correlation

GSST

Goldman Sachs Access Ultra Short Bond ETF

-0.32

RETL

Direxion Daily Retail Bull 3X Shares

-0.28

EDZ

Direxion Daily MSCI Emerging Markets Bear 3X Shares

-0.28

UYG

ProShares Ultra Financials

-0.25

SPY

SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust

-0.25

UDOW

ProShares UltraPro Dow30

-0.25

FAS

Direxion Daily Financial Bull 3X Shares

-0.25

QLD

ProShares Ultra QQQ

-0.25

CALF

Pacer US Small Cap Cash Cows 100 ETF

-0.25

SPXL

Direxion Daily S&P500 Bull 3X Shares

-0.24

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Highest within Industry

Symbol Correlation

EEMX

SPDR MSCI Emerging Markets Fossil Fuel Reserves Free ETF

0.28

CLDS

Direxion Daily Cloud Computing Bear 2X Shares

0.28

EET

ProShares Ultra MSCI Emerging Markets

0.27

EDOC

Global X Telemedicine & Digital Health ETF

0.26

EEM

iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF

0.26

EDC

Direxion Daily Emerging Markets Bull 3X Shares

0.26

SRTY

ProShares UltraPro Short Russell2000

0.24

IBDO

iShares iBonds Dec 2023 Term Corporate ETF

0.23

CHIU

GLOBAL X MSCI CHINA UTILITIES ETF

0.21

AVSF

Avantis Short-Term Fixed Income ETF

0.2

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Profile

Sector:
Foreign Large Blend
Industry:
Exchange Traded Funds

The Portfolio is designed to purchase securities of large non-U.S. companies that the Advisor determines to have high profitability relative to other large capitalization companies in the same country or region, at the time of purchase. The Portfolio may emphasize certain stocks, including smaller capitalization companies, lower relative price stocks, and/or higher profitability stocks as compared to their representation in the large-cap high profitability segments of developed non-U.S. markets.