MARKET

SPXE

SPXE

ProShares S&P 500® ex-Energy
NYSEARCA

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96.45
+0.04
+0.04%
Closed 16:00 09/24 EDT
OPEN
96.33
PREV CLOSE
96.41
HIGH
96.83
LOW
96.33
VOLUME
699
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
98.78
52 WEEK LOW
70.62
TOTAL ASSET
28.02M
YTD YIELD
10.34%
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ProShares S&P 500 Ex-Energy ETF declares quarterly distribution of $0.2363
ProShares S&P 500 Ex-Energy ETF (NYSEARCA:SPXE) - $0.2363. 30-Day SEC Yield of 0.01% as of Aug. 31. Payable Sep 29; for shareholders of record Sep 23; ex-div Sep 22.
Seekingalpha · 3d ago
ProShares S&P 500 Ex-Energy ETF declares quarterly distribution of $0.2703
ProShares S&P 500 Ex-Energy ETF (SPXE) - $0.2703.30-Day SEC Yield of 0.01% as of May.31.Payable Jun 29; for shareholders of record Jun 23; ex-div Jun 22.
Seekingalpha · 06/22 17:40
3 Negatives And 1 Ginormous Positive
There are three negative inputs to the current market action.And one ginormous positive.From my seat, the positive gives the bulls an edge.
Seekingalpha · 10/27/2020 18:24
Risks For A Double-Dip Recession May Weigh On Stocks
It seems there will be no stimulus anytime soon.Depending on the election, it may be months before a new one is agreed.This a risk that has not been priced into the market yet.
Seekingalpha · 10/27/2020 17:19
Expect The Market To Be Weak For The Rest Of The Year (Technically Speaking For 10/27)
The Chicago Fed's National Activity Index is pointing towards more growth.South Korea has emerged from its recession.The weekly charts for the larger indexes show double-tops, which probably means the 4Q20 will be a tough trading environment.
Seekingalpha · 10/27/2020 15:00
The Perfect Storm
We have a perfect storm on the horizon that is approaching fast.Election turmoil, another wave of the pandemic, and an economy absent needed stimulus are the three fronts of this storm.The market implications between now and year end are a correction at best and another bear-market decline at worst.
Seekingalpha · 10/23/2020 11:32
The Recession Is Over, But Don't Get Too Excited
With record economic growth and hiring this summer, we may soon learn that the recession is already technically over.But the end of the recession doesn’t mean the economy has recovered, only that the worst is behind us in terms of lost economic output, income, and jobs.Expect the recovery in GDP to take another year, while regaining the lost jobs to take closer to two years. Getting back to the former trajectory will take longer still.Investors should be mindful that the path forward will be slow and uneven, even after the recession is declared to be over.
Seekingalpha · 10/23/2020 09:34
One Table And 2 Charts Show Why Stocks Are A Bad Place To Be
This is probably the first recession that inflated rather than popped financial asset bubbles.Panicked governments and central banks are dumping trillions of play-money dollars into the system, a big part of which flow directly into the brokerage accounts of the 1%.Another effect of long equity bull markets is a growing population of companies that are only viable in the easiest of easy money environments.
Seekingalpha · 10/23/2020 07:26
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Ratings
Date
Period
Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
  • Performance
  • Asset Allocation
  • Dividend History
Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Day
-3.5457%
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1-Week
-0.7588%
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1-Month
5.2506%
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3-Month
11.8684%
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6-Month
17.3411%
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YTD
10.3403%
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1-Year
23.3978%
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3-Year
14.8934%
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Since Inception
15.3990%
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Profile
Fund Name
ProShares S&P 500® ex-Energy
Risk
Medium-low risk
Inception Date
2015-09-22
Benchmark
S&P 500 TR
Advisor Company
ProShares
Custodian
JPMorgan
Manager
Neches/Sullivan