Principal Millennial Global Growth ETF (GENY)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jul 3, 2023|
|Day's Range||39.88 - 40.12|
|Inception Date||Aug 19, 2016|
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The Principal Millennial Global Growth ETF (GENY) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in stocks based on a particular theme. The fund actively invests in global growth companies with exposure to the spending and lifestyle activities of the Millennial generation - people born between 1980 and the mid-2000s. GENY was launched on Aug 19, 2016 and is issued by Principal.
Top 10 Holdings30.20% of assets
|Industria De Diseno Textil Common Stock Eur.03||n/a||5.10%|
|Trip.com Group Ltd ADR||CLV.DE||3.14%|
|The Home Depot, Inc.||HD||2.88%|
|Tencent Music Entertainment Group||TME||2.85%|
|Naspers Ltd Class N||NPN.JO||2.84%|
|Futu Holdings Limited||FUTU||2.70%|
|Urban Outfitters, Inc.||URBN||2.69%|
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