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Invesco BulletShares 2022 Corporate Bond ETF (BSCM)

NASDAQ: BSCM · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
21.53 0.00 (0.00%)
Sep 27, 2021 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets$2.39B
NAV$21.53
Expense Ratio0.10%
PE Ration/a
Shares Out111.00M
Dividend (ttm)$0.44
Dividend Yield2.03%
Ex-Dividend DateSep 20, 2021
1-Year Return
-
Volume161,495
Open21.53
Previous Close21.53
Day's Range21.53 - 21.54
52-Week Low21.34
52-Week High21.54
Beta0.05
Holdings327
Inception DateJul 17, 2013

About BSCM

The investment seeks to track the investment results (before fees and expenses) of the Nasdaq BulletShares® USD Corporate Bond 2022 Index (the underlying index). The fund generally will invest at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the underlying index. The underlying index seeks to measure the performance of a portfolio of U.S. dollar-denominated investment grade corporate bonds with maturities or, in some cases, effective maturities in the year 2022 (collectively, 2022 Bonds).

Asset ClassFixed Income
SectorBonds
RegionNorth America
IssuerInvesco
Stock ExchangeNASDAQ
Ticker SymbolBSCM
Index TrackedNASDAQ BulletShares USD Corporate Bond 2022 Index

Top 10 Holdings

10.04% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
Invesco Shrt-Trm Inv Gov&Agcy InstlAGPXX1.36%
Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. 5.75%N/A1.35%
Morgan Stanley 2.75%N/A1.00%
AbbVie Inc. 2.3%N/A0.96%
AbbVie Inc. 2.9%N/A0.94%
JPMorgan Chase & Co. 3.25%N/A0.94%
Charter Communications Operating, LLC/Charter Communications Operating CapiN/A0.93%
The Boeing Company 1.433%N/A0.90%
Cooperatieve Rabobank U.A. 3.875%N/A0.89%
Centene Corporation 4.25%N/A0.79%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Sep 20, 2021$0.027Sep 30, 2021
Aug 23, 2021$0.02789Aug 31, 2021
Jul 19, 2021$0.02808Jul 30, 2021
Jun 21, 2021$0.02743Jun 30, 2021
May 24, 2021$0.02957May 28, 2021
Apr 19, 2021$0.02961Apr 30, 2021
Full Dividend History

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