are drawn from the S P SmallCap 600. Funding rates: rate at which one can fund themselves in the financial markets. Dollar by a predetermined amount each day. The authorized participants that buy creation units either keep the ETF shares that make up the creation unit or sell all or part of them on a stock exchange. Higher values indicate more dividends are being generated per unit of share price. Short (or Short Position The sale of a borrowed security, commodity or currency with the expectation that the asset will fall in value, the opposite of Long (or Long Position) Short Maturity Bond Fund: a Pool of securities that invests in fixed income securities with. Third arrow policies: The part of Japans Abenomics process of reform that is focused on structural changes intended to promote economic growth. Prices are lower because investors are less certain of the performance of these fundamentals in the future.
Creation Unit (CU A specified number of shares issued by an exchange-traded fund (ETF) in large blocks, generally between 25,000 and 200,000 shares. Short Aggregate Enhanced Yield Index (Short Agg Enhanced Yield a constrained, rules-based approach that reweights the sector, maturity and credit quality of the Barclays.S. Fixed Indexed Annuity: An annuity structured with a minimum floor return coupled with equity market upside. Widen: an increase in the amount of compensation bond holders require to lend to risky borrowers.
Closed-end fund: is a collective investment vehicle based on issuing a fixed number of shares which are not redeemable from the fund. Dollar Trading Volume The amount of trading within a specific timeframe expressed.S. Calculated as yearly dividends per share over earnings per share. Return on assets (ROA Firm profits (after accounting for all expenses) divided by the firms total assets. Dividends per Share: The sum of declared dividends for every ordinary share issued. 50 Hedged Approach: refers to a strategy that implements a static hedge ratio aiming to hedge half of the currency risk 50-day moving average: Average of the prior 50 days worth of price values, with an increasing trend indicating relative strength and a decreasing trend. Free Cash Flow: A measure of how much cash is left in the company after taking into account all the necessary expenses, including net capital expenditures. A singular bank failure could be an example in that once one bank fails, customers at other banks will tend to try and withdraw their funds all at once and adding stress to the overall banking system. 12-month forward-looking P/E ratio: Estimated P/E ratio for a 12-month forward horizon. That details holdings and transactions.S.