American Century Focused Dynamic Growth ETF (FDG)

NYSEARCA: FDG · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.83 (-1.04%)
Apr 17, 2024, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $205.95M
Expense Ratio 0.45%
PE Ratio 42.96
Shares Out 2.59M
Dividend (ttm) n/a
Dividend Yield n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return +35.97%
Volume 3,631
Open 79.70
Previous Close 79.80
Day's Range 78.97 - 79.80
52-Week Low 56.48
52-Week High 83.62
Beta 1.30
Holdings 38
Inception Date Mar 31, 2020

About FDG

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The American Century Focused Dynamic Growth ETF (FDG) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in total market equity. The fund is an actively-managed, non-transparent ETF that invests in a narrow selection of mid- and large-cap growth companies in the US. The fund utilizes the Precidian non-transparent model. FDG was launched on Mar 31, 2020 and is issued by American Century Investments.

Asset Class Equity
Category Large Growth
Region North America
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol FDG

Top 10 Holdings

60.84% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
NVIDIA Corporation NVDA 14.86%, Inc. AMZN 10.66%
Alphabet Inc. GOOG 5.05%
Microsoft Corporation MSFT 4.72%
Meta Platforms, Inc. META 4.63%
Salesforce, Inc. CRM 4.60%
Tesla, Inc. TSLA 4.43%
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. REGN 4.00%
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. CMG 3.97%
Intuitive Surgical, Inc. ISRG 3.92%
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