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AOA - iShares Core Aggressive Allocation ETF

Stock Price: $69.11 USD 0.61 (0.89%)
Updated Apr 21, 2021 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $1.35B
NAV $68.53
Expense Ratio 0.25%
PE Ratio 24.01
Beta (5Y) 0.78
Dividend (ttm) $1.05
Dividend Yield 1.53%
Ex-Dividend Date Apr 5, 2021
1-Year Return -
Trading Day April 21
Last Price $69.11
Previous Close $68.50
Change ($) 0.61
Change (%) 0.89%
Day's Open 68.47
Day's Range 68.42 - 69.11
Day's Volume 42,517
52-Week Range 48.04 - 69.48

Fund Description

The investment seeks to track the investment results of the S&P Target Risk Aggressive Index composed of a portfolio of underlying equity and fixed income funds intended to represent an aggressive target risk allocation strategy. The fund is a fund of funds and seeks its investment objective by investing primarily in underlying funds that themselves seek investment results corresponding to their own respective underlying indexes. It generally will invest at least 90% of its assets in the component securities of the underlying index. The index measures the performance of the S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC proprietary allocation model.

Asset Class
Portfolio-Multi Asset
Sector
Mixed Asset
Region
Global
Inception Date
Nov 4, 2008
Exchange
NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol
AOA
Index Tracked
S&P Target Risk Aggressive Index

Top 10 Holdings

12.42% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
AppleAAPL2.50%
MicrosoftMSFT2.32%
AmazonAMZN1.72%
BlackRock Cash Funds Instl SL Agencyn/a1.59%
FacebookFB0.87%
AlphabetGOOGL0.81%
AlphabetGOOG0.78%
TeslaTSLA0.67%
Berkshire HathawayBRK.B0.61%
JPMorgan ChaseJPM0.55%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Apr 5, 2021$0.114Apr 9, 2021
Dec 24, 2020$0.421Dec 31, 2020
Oct 2, 2020$0.159Oct 8, 2020
Jul 2, 2020$0.357Jul 9, 2020
Apr 2, 2020$0.162Apr 8, 2020
Dec 24, 2019$0.542Dec 31, 2019
Full Dividend History

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