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- Fund Family QuantShares
- Assets Under Management 4,382,000
- Shares Outstanding, K 200
- 60-Month Beta -0.43
- Price/Earnings ttm 31.34
- Annual Dividend & Yield N/A
- Most Recent Dividend 0.621
- Management Fee 2.58%
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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-4.12 (-16.04%)since 02/12/21
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-3.44 (-13.76%)since 12/11/20
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-7.02 (-24.58%)since 03/12/20
Last week was volatile for Wall Street with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones losing about 0.6% and 1.8%, respectively.
The weak trading on Sep 21 led to a few winners with low-risk products but a number of losers from various corners of the investing space.
The deep slowdown in economy has made investors jittery, raising the demand for low-risk securities or stocks that are pandemic gainers.
Given the bull and bear tug of war, market volatility is back in the market. As such, we have highlighted the best and worst-performing ETFs of last week.
These products could provide some shelter from the crisis and would be in focus in the weeks ahead.
These ETFs have outperformed in the first quarter. Investors should note that these do not purely seek investment in equities but follow some kind of strategies.
This long-short ETF hits a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store for this ETF?
These ETFs touched a 52-week high on Mar 12 while Wall Street entered a bear market.
These ETFs could be used in a bear market. Each applies an interesting or unique methodology to protect investors, potentially shielding at least some part of the portfolio against continued bearishness....
Wall Street crashes to start the week and put these defensive ETFs in focus.
|3rd Resistance Point||21.86|
|2nd Resistance Point||21.76|
|1st Resistance Point||21.65|
|1st Support Level||21.44|
|2nd Support Level||21.34|
|3rd Support Level||21.23|