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- Fund Family ProShares
- Assets Under Management 260,313,600
- Shares Outstanding, K 2,885
- 60-Month Beta 0.73
- Price/Earnings ttm 28.06
- Annual Dividend & Yield 1.23
- Most Recent Dividend 0.796
- Management Fee 0.65%
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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-10.90 (-11.05%)since 02/04/21
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-0.76 (-0.86%)since 12/04/20
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+33.77 (+62.55%)since 03/04/20
Here we discuss a few ETFs that can enrich investors' portfolio in March amid a strong wave of optimism surrounding the coronavirus vaccine and introduction of another round of fiscal stimulus.
We highlight some ETF areas that held their ground and gained popularity among investors amid the coronavirus crisis.
Online shopping continues to gain favor among shoppers in an attempt to minimize human-to-human contact as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the United States.
Internet and e-commerce stocks have surged in the COVID-induced 2020 as it has less to do with human contact.
Here we highlight some ETF areas that investors can consider to make a strong and impressive portfolio this New Year.
This ProShares Long Online/Short Stores ETF (CLIX) has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
Given the digital shopping boom, stocks in the Internet and e-commerce retail space look poised for solid gains this holiday season.
Consumers shelled out about $9 billion (a new record) on the web on Black Friday, up 21.6% year over year, according to data from Adobe Analytics.
Cyber Monday expected to become the biggest digital sales day in history, with spending between $10.8 billion and $12.7 billion.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more Americans have shifted to online shopping on Black Friday this year in order to avoid gatherings and maintain social distancing.
|3rd Resistance Point||93.50|
|2nd Resistance Point||91.82|
|1st Resistance Point||89.79|
|1st Support Level||86.08|
|2nd Support Level||84.40|
|3rd Support Level||82.37|