American Century Mid Cap Growth Impact ETF (MID)

NYSEARCA: MID · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
56.53
-0.09 (-0.16%)
At close: Jul 19, 2024, 3:24 PM
56.41
-0.12 (-0.21%)
After-hours: Jul 19, 2024, 8:00 PM EDT
-0.16%
Assets $68.99M
Expense Ratio 0.45%
PE Ratio 43.44
Shares Out 1.23M
Dividend (ttm) $0.04
Dividend Yield 0.06%
Ex-Dividend Date Mar 21, 2024
Payout Ratio 2.70%
1-Year Return +14.36%
Volume 2,896
Open 56.45
Previous Close 56.62
Day's Range 56.39 - 56.53
52-Week Low 40.65
52-Week High 59.28
Beta 1.24
Holdings 40
Inception Date Jul 13, 2020

About MID

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The American Century Mid Cap Growth Impact ETF (MID) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in mid cap equity. The fund is an actively managed, non-transparent ETF to provide exposure to US growth stocks with positive ESG characteristics. The fund utilizes the Natixis/NYSE non-transparent model. MID was launched on Jul 13, 2020 and is issued by American Century Investments.

Asset Class Equity
Category Mid-Cap Growth
Region North America
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol MID

Top 10 Holdings

44.19% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Monolithic Power Systems, Inc. MPWR 6.53%
Manhattan Associates, Inc. MANH 5.80%
Republic Services, Inc. RSG 4.68%
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. CDNS 4.42%
Ssc Government Mm Gvmxx n/a 4.32%
Element Solutions Inc ESI 4.19%
Cloudflare, Inc. NET 3.97%
Avient Corporation AVNT 3.52%
MSCI Inc. MSCI 3.43%
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. CMG 3.35%
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Dividends

Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Mar 21, 2024 $0.0241 Mar 25, 2024
Dec 18, 2023 $0.011 Dec 21, 2023
Full Dividend History

News

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