The service, dubbed XTFR, will provide two types of ratings-a structural integrity rating, and an overall investment rating-along with details of the holdings and sectors within each ETF and data on the investment metrics of each ETF, including factors such as capitalization, underlying indexes and investment philosophies.
The rating is displayed as a value between zero and 10, based on information sourced from exchanges, index providers and custodians.
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