Global X MSCI SuperDividend EAFE ETF (EFAS)

NASDAQ: EFAS · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
14.32
-0.18 (-1.24%)
At close: Apr 12, 2024, 4:00 PM
14.81
+0.49 (3.42%)
After-hours: Apr 12, 2024, 7:22 PM EDT
-1.24%
Assets $11.51M
Expense Ratio 0.56%
PE Ratio 7.37
Shares Out 800,000
Dividend (ttm) $0.89
Dividend Yield 6.21%
Ex-Dividend Date Apr 3, 2024
Payout Ratio 45.79%
1-Year Return +2.07%
Volume 741
Open 14.44
Previous Close 14.50
Day's Range 14.32 - 14.50
52-Week Low 12.57
52-Week High 14.79
Beta 0.71
Holdings 52
Inception Date Nov 14, 2016

About EFAS

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The Global X MSCI SuperDividend EAFE ETF (EFAS) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the MSCI EAFE Top 50 Dividend index. The fund tracks an index of stocks from developed countries outside North America. After screening for dividend growth and sustainability, the 50 highest yielding stocks are selected and given equal weight. EFAS was launched on Nov 14, 2016 and is issued by Global X.

Asset Class Equity
Category Foreign Large Value
Region Global
Stock Exchange NASDAQ
Ticker Symbol EFAS
ETF Provider Global X
Index Tracked MSCI EAFE Top 50 Dividend

Top 10 Holdings

26.68% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Boliden AB BOL.ST 3.20%
Norsk Hydro ASA NHY.OL 3.13%
Stellantis NV STLAM.MI 3.04%
Hang Lung Properties Ltd 101.HK 2.78%
Endesa SA ELE.MC 2.75%
Mediobanca SpA MB.MI 2.51%
Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd 6178.T 2.42%
ACS Actividades de Construccion y Servicios SA ACS.MC 2.37%
NN Group NV NN.AS 2.26%
AXA SA CS.PA 2.23%
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Dividends

Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Apr 3, 2024 $0.0675 Apr 11, 2024
Mar 5, 2024 $0.0675 Mar 13, 2024
Feb 5, 2024 $0.0675 Feb 13, 2024
Dec 28, 2023 $0.15624 Jan 8, 2024
Dec 5, 2023 $0.0675 Dec 13, 2023
Nov 3, 2023 $0.0675 Nov 13, 2023
Full Dividend History

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