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GCC - WisdomTree Continuous Commodity Index Fund

Stock Price: $20.87 USD -0.04 (-0.19%)
Updated Apr 16, 2021 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $148.25M
NAV $20.88
Expense Ratio 0.55%
PE Ratio n/a
Beta (5Y) 0.49
Dividend (ttm) n/a
Dividend Yield n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
1-Year Return -
Trading Day April 16
Last Price $20.87
Previous Close $20.91
Change ($) -0.04
Change (%) -0.19%
Day's Open 20.93
Day's Range 20.85 - 20.97
Day's Volume 52,480
52-Week Range 18.67 - 21.11

Fund Description

The investment seeks to reflect the performance of the index, over time, less the expenses of the fund and the master fund's overall operations. The master fund invests in a portfolio of index commodities, as well as holding cash and United States Treasury securities and other high credit quality short-term fixed income securities for deposit with the master fund's Commodity Broker as margin. The Continuous Commodity Total Return Index is a broad based commodity index that reflects the price movement of 17 exchange-traded futures contracts.

Asset Class
Commodities General
North America
Inception Date
Jan 24, 2008
Ticker Symbol
Index Tracked
Thomson Reuters Equal Weight Continuous Commodity Total Return Index (CCITR)


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