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RDOG

RDOG

ALPS REIT Dividend Dogs ETF
NYSEARCA

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42.70
+0.93
+2.23%
Closed 16:00 12/04 EST
OPEN
42.56
PREV CLOSE
41.77
HIGH
42.70
LOW
42.52
VOLUME
7.04K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
51.35
52 WEEK LOW
23.83
TOTAL ASSET
26.32M
YTD YIELD
-19.94%
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Mysterious Mega-Flows Rotate Through World’s Biggest Tech ETF
The amount of cash cycling through one of the world’s largest exchange-traded funds is turning heads across Wall Street.
Bloomberg · 10/14 16:47
Credit Liquidity Risk Is Rising Thanks to the Boom in Bond ETFs
Plenty on Wall Street fear the explosive growth of passive investing will eventually store up trouble for bond portfolios. An academic from the Swiss Finance Institute has found evidence it has already begun.
Bloomberg · 10/14 14:32
Healthcare REITs: Signs Of Life
Healthcare REITs - which have been "ground-zero" of the coronavirus pandemic - have shown signs of life over the past quarter on stabilizing fundamentals and on hopes of a potential vaccine.For senior housing REITs, in particular, the pandemic has put a significant dent in near-term demand and has driven significantly higher expenses, but interim updates suggest the worst is behind them.Despite the headwinds, healthcare REITs reported near-perfect rent collection outside of the senior housing sub-sector. Five healthcare REITs have reduced dividends this year, while three have raised.The long-term outlook for senior housing remains intact as the long-awaited demographic-driven demand boom is finally arriving. Attitudes towards senior housing, however, need to be monitored.No healthcare REIT sector is entirely immune from the long-term consequences of the pandemic. Even the "safe haven" Medical Office Building sub-sector faces pressures from the dramatically increased use of telemedicine.
Seekingalpha · 10/13 17:00
ETFs Beat 2020 Chaos With Help From Well-Timed SEC Rule Shake-Up
Bloomberg · 10/13 16:35
Manufactured Housing REITs: Not Enough Homes, So Onto Boats
Manufactured Housing REITs have proven to be immune from coronavirus-related headwinds that have slammed much of the real estate sector, collecting nearly 100% of rents, while also boosting dividends this year.Driven by the macroeconomic tailwinds associated with the affordable housing shortage and favorable demographics, Manufactured Housing ("MH") REITs have been the best-performing real estate sector of the past decade.External growth through acquisitions has provided an added boost. Amid this housing shortage, MH REITs have begun investing in a new - but fundamentally similar - asset class: boat marinas.Headwinds become tailwinds - after a sharp slowdown in late-Spring, recreational vehicle and boat sales have smashed records this summer, while the U.S. housing market has roared back to life.MH REITs aren't cheap, but long-term fundamentals remain stellar for this "essential" property sector. Low supply and strong demographic-driven demand for housing continue to provide a compelling backdrop.
Seekingalpha · 10/06 15:00
Industrial REITs: Virus Exposes Frail Supply Chains
The "hub of e-commerce" and the hottest property sector of the last half-decade, Industrial REITs have been unfazed by the coronavirus-induced pain that has encumbered much of the REIT sector.The dramatic acceleration in e-commerce adoption has pulled forward the "retail apocalypse" trends as retailers divert more of their capital away from malls and into distribution supply chains.While much of the REIT sector was slashing dividends this year, nearly half of industrial REITs have raised dividends in 2020. Rent collection has averaged more than 97% since April.Underscoring the sector's favorable supply/demand conditions, Amazon's rumored interest in converting malls into last-mile distribution hubs has turned some heads, but the impact on industrial REITs will be immaterial.Recent earnings reports confirmed that fundamentals are back in-line with pre-pandemic expectations with positive growth expected in 2020. With the pandemic exposing deficiencies in supply chains, we believe the logistics-boom is back in the early-innings.
Seekingalpha · 09/22 17:00
ALPS REIT Dividend Dogs ETF decreases dividend by ~17%
ALPS REIT Dividend Dogs ETF (RDOG) declares $0.3482/share quarterly dividend, -17.3% decrease from prior dividend of $0.4211.Forward yield 3.85%Payable Sept. 24; for shareholders of record Sept. 18; ex-div Sept. 17.See
Seekingalpha · 09/17 13:57
ALPS REIT Dividend Dogs ETF Declares Third Quarter Distribution
The ALPS REIT Dividend Dogs ETF (Exchange-Traded Fund) (NYSE: RDOG) declared its third quarter distribution on September 16, 2020 in the amount of $0.3482. The dividend is payable on June 24, 2020 to shareholders of record on September 18, 2020.
PR Newswire · 09/17 13:30
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Return
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1-Month
4.0753%
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3-Month
-2.0814%
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6-Month
-14.3382%
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1-Year
-19.9386%
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3-Year
-2.0235%
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5-Year
2.2459%
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10-Year
4.9999%
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Since Inception
1.7688%
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Fund Name
ALPS REIT Dividend Dogs ETF
Risk
Medium risk
Inception Date
2008-05-07
Benchmark
FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed TR USD
Advisor Company
ALPS
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co
Manager
Mischker/Hicks