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US Home Construction Ishares ETF (ITB)

US Home Construction Ishares ETF (ITB)

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Fund Basics

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  • Fund Family BlackRock iShares
  • Assets Under Management 1,396,785,000
  • Shares Outstanding, K 24,700
  • 60-Month Beta 1.45
Trade ITB with:
  • Price/Earnings ttm 9.37
  • Annual Dividend & Yield 0.38 (0.67%)
  • Most Recent Dividend 0.148 on 03/24/22
  • Management Fee 0.41%
  • Sectors:

    ETFs - Consumer Discretionary

Options Overview Details

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  • Implied Volatility 42.16% ( -1.30%)
  • Historical Volatility 41.04%
  • IV Percentile 93%
  • IV Rank 76.98%
  • IV High 48.58% on 05/09/22
  • IV Low 20.69% on 10/22/21
  • Put/Call Vol Ratio 1.60
  • Today's Volume 2,311
  • Volume Avg (30-Day) 5,447
  • Put/Call OI Ratio 0.53
  • Today's Open Interest 149,390
  • Open Int (30-Day) 142,057

Price Performance

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
1-Month
54.60 +4.45%
on 05/12/22
62.60 -8.90%
on 05/04/22
-2.72 (-4.55%)
since 04/20/22
3-Month
54.60 +4.45%
on 05/12/22
68.82 -17.13%
on 03/03/22
-9.79 (-14.65%)
since 02/18/22
52-Week
54.60 +4.45%
on 05/12/22
83.43 -31.64%
on 12/13/21
-12.93 (-18.48%)
since 05/20/21

Most Recent Stories

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Will ETFs Suffer as US Homebuilder Confidence Dips in May?

The U.S. housing sector scenario seems tough due to persistent supply-chain constraints and rising borrowing costs.

XHB : 59.12 (-0.32%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
PKB : 40.33 (+0.07%)
HOMZ : 34.45 (-0.12%)
5 Beaten-Down ETFs to Buy at Attractive Prices

The beaten-down prices offer a solid buying opportunity for investors. We have highlighted five ETFs from different sectors that have declined more than 25% this year but have a solid Zacks ETF Rank #1...

ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
XLY : 140.41 (-1.74%)
XBI : 70.33 (+1.34%)
QCLN : 51.57 (-0.98%)
WCLD : 29.67 (+0.51%)
ETFs to Gain As Inflation Remains Second Highest in 4 Decades

Inflation has eased slightly from a 40-year high in April but still marks the second-highest inflation in four decades.

IYT : 221.00 (+0.14%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
UGA : 68.91 (+1.31%)
PBJ : 43.38 (+0.35%)
Should You Invest in the SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF (XHB)?

Sector ETF report for XHB

XHB : 59.12 (-0.32%)
WHR : 173.81 (+1.16%)
BLDR : 60.82 (-3.01%)
OC : 89.64 (-4.20%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
PKB : 40.33 (+0.07%)
Yields Hits 3% First Time Since 2018: ETFs to Gain or Lose

We have highlighted three ETFs that will benefit from higher yields and the ones, which will be badly impacted.

GLD : 172.03 (+0.07%)
UUP : 27.54 (+0.22%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
XLU : 71.74 (+0.28%)
KRE : 59.98 (+0.27%)
VCR : 234.41 (-1.57%)
Is SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF (XHB) a Strong ETF Right Now?

Smart Beta ETF report for XHB

XHB : 59.12 (-0.32%)
WHR : 173.81 (+1.16%)
BLDR : 60.82 (-3.01%)
OC : 89.64 (-4.20%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
PKB : 40.33 (+0.07%)
Will Housing ETFs Suffer as US New Home Sales Dip in March?

The U.S. housing sector scenario seems tough due to persistent supply-chain constraints and rising borrowing costs.

XHB : 59.12 (-0.32%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
PKB : 40.33 (+0.07%)
HOMZ : 34.45 (-0.12%)
Should You Invest in the iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF (ITB)?

Sector ETF report for ITB

ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
LEN : 74.44 (+2.44%)
DHI : 68.75 (+3.35%)
NVR : 4,262.41 (+2.57%)
XHB : 59.12 (-0.32%)
PKB : 40.33 (+0.07%)
Will ETFs Suffer as US Homebuilder Confidence Dips in April?

The U.S. housing sector scenario seems tough due to persistent supply-chain constraints and rising borrowing costs.

XHB : 59.12 (-0.32%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
PKB : 40.33 (+0.07%)
HOMZ : 34.45 (-0.12%)
5 ETFs to Make the Most of Red-Hot 40-Year High Inflation

The consumer price index jumped 8.5% year over year in March, marking the biggest year-over-year increase since December 1981

XLB : 82.42 (-0.24%)
IYT : 221.00 (+0.14%)
ITB : 57.03 (+0.87%)
XOP : 136.78 (+0.60%)
PBJ : 43.38 (+0.35%)

Barchart Technical Opinion

The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 100% Sell with a Average short term outlook on maintaining the current direction.

Long term indicators fully support a continuation of the trend.

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Fund Summary

The iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of U.S. equities in the home construction sector. The Fund seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the Dow Jones U.S. Select Home Builders Index.

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Key Turning Points

3rd Resistance Point 60.04
2nd Resistance Point 58.73
1st Resistance Point 57.88
Last Price 57.03
1st Support Level 55.72
2nd Support Level 54.41
3rd Support Level 53.56

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52-Week High 83.43
Fibonacci 61.8% 72.42
Fibonacci 50% 69.01
Fibonacci 38.2% 65.61
Last Price 57.03
52-Week Low 54.60

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