SPCX - SPAC and New Issue ETF
|Trading Day||April 19|
|Day's Range||28.63 - 28.78|
|52-Week Range||25.05 - 32.91|
The investment seeks to provide total return. In pursuing the fund's investment objective, the fund will invest at least 80% of its net assets (plus any borrowings for investment purposes) in units and shares of Special Purpose Acquisitions Corporations (SPACs) that have a minimum capitalization of $100 million and companies that completed an initial public offering (IPO) within the last two years. It may also invest in depositary receipts for cash management purposes or due to a lack of suitable investment opportunities, the fund may hold up to 20% of its net assets in cash or similar short-term, high-quality debt securities.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Dec 16, 2020
|Ticker Symbol |
Top 10 Holdings28.58% of assets
|CC Neuberger Principal Holdings II||PRPB||4.32%|
|Starboard Value Acquisition||SVAC||3.76%|
|Apollo Strategic Growth Capital||APSG||3.44%|
|Accelerate Acquisition Corp Units (1 Ord Share Class A & 1/3 War)||AAQC.U||3.32%|
|Cohn Robbins Holdings||CRHC||3.08%|
|E.merge Technology Acquisition||ETAC||2.37%|
|CITIC Capital Acquisition||CCAC||2.16%|
|Silver Spike Acquisition Corp II Units (1 Ord Share Class A & 1/4 War)||SPKBU||2.00%|
|Kismet Acquisition One||KSMT||1.96%|
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