Interactive Guide to WisdomTree ETFs

Explore WisdomTree exchange-traded funds (ETFs) with this comprehensive guide.
Simply click on the colored bars to view fund families by asset class. Then, click on the boxes to view individual fund details.

  • Equity

  • International Equity

  • Dollar Sensitive

  • Currency

  • Fixed Income

  • Alternatives

  • Dividends Dividend Equity
  • Earnings Earnings Equity
  • Global/Global EX-U.S. Global Equity
  • Emerging/Frontier Markets Frontier Markets
  • Developed International Developed International
  • Developed International Currency Hedged
  • Dollar Sensitive Equity Dollar Sensitive Equity
  • Domestic Domestic Currency
  • Global EX-U.S. Global Currency
  • Emerging Markets Emerging Markets
  • STRATEGIC CORE STRATEGIC CORE STRATEGIC CORE
  • FUNDAMENTAL FUNDAMENTAL STRATEGIC CORE
  • INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL International
  • Interest Rate Strategies Interest Rates Stratergy

U.S. EQUITY

WisdomTree believes fundamentals like dividends or earnings offer more objective measures of a company's health, value and profitability than stock price alone. While the majority of ETFs are market cap-weighted – meaning they give more weight to companies selling at higher prices than those offering stronger fundamentals – WisdomTree developed a proprietary index methodology designed to magnify the effect fundamentals like dividends or earnings have on risk and return characteristics.

Dividend

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

U.S. EQUITY

WisdomTree believes fundamentals like dividends or earnings offer more objective measures of a company's health, value and profitability than stock price alone. While the majority of ETFs are market cap-weighted – meaning they give more weight to companies selling at higher prices than those offering stronger fundamentals – WisdomTree developed a proprietary index methodology designed to magnify the effect fundamentals like dividends or earnings have on risk and return characteristics.

Earnings

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

Equity

WisdomTree believes fundamentals like dividends and earnings offer more objective measures of a company’s health, value and profitability than stock price alone. While the majority of ETFs are market cap-weighted – meaning they give more weight to companies selling at higher prices than those offering stronger fundamentals – WisdomTree developed a proprietary index methodology designed to magnify the effect fundamentals have on risk and return characteristics.

Global/Global EX-U.S.

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

International Equity

WisdomTree believes fundamentals like dividends and earnings offer more objective measures of a company’s health, value and profitability than stock price alone. While the majority of ETFs are market cap-weighted – meaning they give more weight to companies selling at higher prices than those offering stronger fundamentals – WisdomTree developed a proprietary index methodology designed to magnify the effect fundamentals have on risk and return characteristics.

Emerging/Frontier Markets

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

International Equity

WisdomTree believes fundamentals like dividends and earnings offer more objective measures of a company’s health, value and profitability than stock price alone. While the majority of ETFs are market cap-weighted – meaning they give more weight to companies selling at higher prices than those offering stronger fundamentals – WisdomTree developed a proprietary index methodology designed to magnify the effect fundamentals have on risk and return characteristics.

Developed International

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

International Equity

International investing provides many exciting opportunities to investors. But these opportunities can come with additional risks—one of which is currency fluctuations. Consider that international investment returns are typically made up of two parts: equity returns and currency returns. Not only can currencies add volatility1, but in some cases currencies can negatively impact the total return experience from equities. WisdomTree's Hedged Equity family of Funds enables investors to access the growth potential of numerous markets around the world while hedging2 out the risks and volatility of the corresponding currency.

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

1Volatility: A measure of the dispersion of actual returns around a particular average level.
2Hedge: Apply strategies meant to mitigate the impact of currency movements on equity returns.

DOLLAR SENSITIVE EQUITY

With such an increased focus on the global economy these days, investors are likely aware of how foreign currency movements can impact your international investments. But changes in the U.S. dollar can impact your domestic investments as well.

Consider that many U.S. companies generate a large portion of their revenue outside of the United States. For these companies, a strong dollar can hurt their competitiveness as their goods and services become more expensive to their international clients. By the same token, there are domestically-oriented companies that may perform better when the dollar is strong.

Dollar Sensitive Equity

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

Currency

The WisdomTree currency ETFs typically use investments in high-quality U.S. Treasuries or money market instruments along with forward currency contracts and swaps to achieve risk-return exposures that are economically similar to money market instruments denominated in the specified currency or currencies – all in the ETF structure.

Domestic

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

Currency

The WisdomTree currency ETFs typically use investments in high-quality U.S. Treasuries or money market instruments along with forward currency contracts and swaps to achieve risk-return exposures that are economically similar to money market instruments denominated in the specified currency or currencies – all in the ETF structure.

Global EX-U.S

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

Currency

The WisdomTree currency ETFs typically use investments in high-quality U.S. Treasuries or money market instruments along with forward currency contracts and swaps to achieve risk-return exposures that are economically similar to money market instruments denominated in the specified currency or currencies – all in the ETF structure.

Emerging Markets

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

Fixed Income

In Fixed Income, WisdomTree utilizes a disciplined active investment process focused on risk management to help unlock medium and long-term potential. Our local currency ETFs – which are denominated in the local currencies of a particular region – usually invest in local currency bonds, global bonds, forward currency contracts, investment-grade U.S. short-term securities and swaps.*

STRATEGIC CORE

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

*A forward contract is an agreement by two parties to transact in currencies at a specific rate on a future date and then cash settle the agreement with a simple exchange of the market value difference between the current market rate and the initial agreed-upon rate. A swap is an agreement between two parties to exchange payments based on a reference asset, which may be currency or interest rate but also a single asset, a pool of assets or an index of assets.

Fixed Income

In Fixed Income, WisdomTree utilizes a disciplined active investment process focused on risk management to help unlock medium and long-term potential. Our local currency ETFs – which are denominated in the local currencies of a particular region – usually invest in local currency bonds, global bonds, forward currency contracts, investment-grade U.S. short-term securities and swaps.*

FUNDAMENTAL

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

*A forward contract is an agreement by two parties to transact in currencies at a specific rate on a future date and then cash settle the agreement with a simple exchange of the market value difference between the current market rate and the initial agreed-upon rate. A swap is an agreement between two parties to exchange payments based on a reference asset, which may be currency or interest rate but also a single asset, a pool of assets or an index of assets.

Fixed Income

In Fixed Income, WisdomTree utilizes a disciplined active investment process focused on risk management to help unlock medium and long-term potential. Our local currency ETFs – which are denominated in the local currencies of a particular region – usually invest in local currency bonds, global bonds, forward currency contracts, investment-grade U.S. short-term securities and swaps.*

INTERNATIONAL

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

*A forward contract is an agreement by two parties to transact in currencies at a specific rate on a future date and then cash settle the agreement with a simple exchange of the market value difference between the current market rate and the initial agreed-upon rate. A swap is an agreement between two parties to exchange payments based on a reference asset, which may be currency or interest rate but also a single asset, a pool of assets or an index of assets.

Fixed Income

As a complement to our family of international fixed income products, WisdomTree also provides tools that may help investors reduce their overall exposure to rising interest rates. The WisdomTree suite of interest rate strategy funds seeks to achieve its objective through the combination of traditional bond exposures and offsetting positions in Treasury securities.

Interest Rates Strategies

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

Alternatives

Alternative investments can offer diversification and performance potential in almost any market. And now through WisdomTree, investors have access to alternative strategies in the ETF structure. In addition to having no investment minimums, our Alternative ETFs provide low fees, full transparency and daily liquidity*.

Percentages reflect each fund's expense ratio.

*Ordinary brokerage fees apply. Holdings are displayed daily on wisdomtree.com. Liquidity is the degree to which an asset or security can be bought or sold in the market without affecting the asset's price. Liquidity is characterized by a high level of trading activity.