Franklin Disruptive Commerce ETF (BUYZ)

BATS: BUYZ · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.58 (-2.26%)
Feb 3, 2023, 4:00 PM EST - Market closed
Assets $9.95M
Expense Ratio 0.50%
PE Ratio 27.70
Shares Out 400,000
Dividend (ttm) n/a
Dividend Yield n/a
Ex-Dividend Date Dec 13, 2021
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return -20.52%
Volume 507
Open 25.11
Previous Close 25.45
Day's Range 24.88 - 25.46
52-Week Low 19.88
52-Week High 34.41
Beta 1.32
Holdings 57
Inception Date Feb 25, 2020

About BUYZ

The Franklin Disruptive Commerce ETF (BUYZ) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in stocks based on a particular theme. The fund is an actively managed portfolio of global equities expecting to benefit from disruptive commerce for consumers and businesses. BUYZ was launched on Feb 25, 2020 and is managed by Franklin.

Asset Class Equity
Category Global Large-Stock Growth
Region Global
Stock Exchange BATS
Ticker Symbol BUYZ
Issuer Website Franklin

Top 10 Holdings

46.41% of assets
Name Symbol Weight, Inc. AMZN 7.98%
Shopify Inc. SHOP 5.40%
Costco Wholesale Corporation COST 4.66%
Adyen N.V. ADYEY 4.52%
W.W. Grainger, Inc. GWW 4.41%
Etsy, Inc. ETSY 4.25%
Fastenal Company FAST 4.17%
Uber Technologies, Inc. UBER 3.90%
MercadoLibre, Inc. MELI 3.88%
DoorDash, Inc. DASH 3.26%
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Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Dec 13, 2021 $0.29543 Dec 21, 2021
Full Dividend History


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