Franklin Short Duration U.S. Government ETF (FTSD)

NYSEARCA: FTSD · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
89.75
-0.04 (-0.04%)
Sep 29, 2022 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
-0.04%
Assets $308.01M
NAV $89.80
Expense Ratio 0.25%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out 3.43M
Dividend (ttm) $0.98
Dividend Yield 1.10%
Ex-Dividend Date Sep 1, 2022
1-Year Return -5.28%
Volume 5,379
Open 89.80
Previous Close 89.79
Day's Range 89.67 - 89.88
52-Week Low 88.88
52-Week High 95.37
Beta 0.01
Holdings 377
Inception Date Nov 4, 2013

About FTSD

Under normal market conditions, the fund invests at least 80% of its net assets in securities issued or guaranteed by the U.S. government, its agencies, or instrumentalities. To pursue its investment goal, it may invest in certain interest rate-related derivative transactions, principally U.S. Treasury futures contracts and options on interest rate/bond futures. The fund is an actively managed exchange-traded fund (ETF) that does not seek to replicate the performance of a specified index.

Asset Class Fixed Income
Sector Bonds
Region North America
Issuer Franklin Templeton
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol FTSD
Index Tracked Bloomberg Barclays US Government Index: 1-3 Year Component

Top 10 Holdings

53.32% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
FNCL 5 10/22 FNCL 5 10.11 12.86%
US TREASURY N/B 3 6/24 T 3 06.30.24 9.45%
US TREASURY N/ 0.375 4/24 T 0.375 04.15.24 7.99%
US TREASURY N/B 1.5 9/24 T 1.5 09.30.24 5.65%
US TREASURY N/B 1.25 8/24 T 1.25 08.31.24 4.76%
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON SWEEP n/a 3.87%
FR SD8245 4.5 9/1/52 FR SD8245 2.53%
US TREASURY N/B 1.75 6/24 T 1.75 06.30.24 2.13%
US TREASURY N/B 3.25 8/24 T 3.25 08.31.24 2.06%
US TREASURY N/B 2.75 5/25 T 2.75 05.15.25 2.02%
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Dividends

Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Sep 1, 2022 $0.1876 Sep 8, 2022
Aug 1, 2022 $0.10111 Aug 5, 2022
Jul 1, 2022 $0.09417 Jul 8, 2022
Jun 1, 2022 $0.07112 Jun 7, 2022
May 2, 2022 $0.0683 May 6, 2022
Apr 1, 2022 $0.07659 Apr 7, 2022
Full Dividend History

News

Aversion to Yield Curve Inversion? FTSD Could Be Fabulous

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