Global X Alternative Income ETF (ALTY)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Nov 3, 2022|
|Day's Range||11.27 - 11.46|
|Inception Date||Jul 14, 2015|
The Global X Alternative Income ETF (ALTY) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the Indxx SuperDividend Alternatives index. The fund tracks an index consisting of a variety of assets such as equity, debt securities and covered calls. Selected based on high dividend yield and low volatility. ALTY was launched on Jul 14, 2015 and is managed by Global X.
Top 10 Holdings89.07% of assets
|GLBX EM MKT BOND||EMBD||21.09%|
|Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF||QYLD||20.51%|
|Global X U.S. Preferred ETF||PFFD||20.04%|
|Global X SuperDividend REIT ETF||SRET||19.31%|
|USA Compression Partners LP||USAC||1.36%|
|Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P.||MMP||1.31%|
|Dec 5, 2022||$0.0672||Dec 13, 2022|
|Nov 3, 2022||$0.0672||Nov 10, 2022|
|Oct 5, 2022||$0.0672||Oct 13, 2022|
|Sep 6, 2022||$0.0672||Sep 14, 2022|
|Aug 3, 2022||$0.0672||Aug 11, 2022|
|Jul 6, 2022||$0.0672||Jul 14, 2022|
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