AXS FOMO ETF (FOMO)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec 27, 2021|
|Day's Range||17.86 - 17.92|
|Inception Date||May 25, 2021|
The investment seeks to provide capital appreciation. The fund is an actively managed exchange traded fund that will invest primarily in equity securities of U.S., foreign, and emerging market companies of any market capitalization and SPACs. It invests, on a short-term basis, in inverse and leveraged ETFs that seek to provide the inverse performance of stock indices, treasury bonds, and volatility ETFs. The fund will invest in fixed income ETFs that primarily invest in domestic and foreign fixed income securities of any credit rating maturity and duration.
|Dec 27, 2021||$0.35228||Dec 29, 2021|
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