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CategoryUS Equities - Industry Sector Asset TypeEquities (Stocks) TagsU.S. Return% 1Y22.92% Shs Outstand Perf Week-1.54%
SponsorState Street (SPDR) ETF Type TagsETFs Return% 3Y6.51% Total Holdings10 Perf Month-1.12%
Fund Family Bond Type Tagssector-rotation Return% 5Y11.89% AUM488.86M Perf Quarter6.49%
Index- Average Maturity Tags- Return% 10Y NAV% Perf Half Y15.34%
Index Weighting Commodity Type Tags- Return% SI NAV/sh Perf Year21.66%
Active/Passive Quant Type Tags- Flows% 1M3.12% 52W Range39.31 - 49.99 Perf YTD6.17%
Dividend TTM0.45 (0.93%) ESG Type Tags- Flows% 3M8.80% 52W High-2.82% Beta0.96
Dividend Ex-DateMar 19, 2024 Dividend Type Sector/Theme Flows% YTD9.13% 52W Low23.58% ATR (14)0.49
Expense0.70% Structure Type Region Flows% 1Y RSI (14)44.06 Volatility0.91% 0.76%
Option/ShortNo / Yes Growth/Value Dev/Emerg Flows% 3Y Rel Volume0.90 Prev Close49.29
Inverse/Leveraged Market Cap Currency Flows% 5Y Avg Volume50.61K Price48.58
SMA20-1.54% SMA50-0.04% SMA2008.68% Trades Volume45,282 Change-1.44%
SPDR SSGA U.S. Sector Rotation ETF seeks to provide capital appreciation. The fund is a "fund of funds," meaning that it primarily invests its assets in securities of other exchange-traded funds ("ETFs"). In particular, it allocates its assets among ETFs that each focus on common stocks of companies included in an individual sector of the S&P 500 Index, as determined by the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS). Under normal circumstances, the fund invests at least 80% of its net assets (plus the amount of borrowings for investments purposes) directly or indirectly through the underlying ETFs, in securities of U.S. companies.