T. Rowe Price Equity Income ETF (TEQI)

NYSEARCA: TEQI · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
+0.32 (0.93%)
Dec 1, 2023, 4:00 PM EST - Market closed
Assets $124.84M
Expense Ratio 0.54%
PE Ratio 13.57
Shares Out n/a
Dividend (ttm) $0.86
Dividend Yield 2.45%
Ex-Dividend Date Sep 26, 2023
Payout Ratio 33.27%
1-Year Return -1.87%
Volume 12,610
Open 34.84
Previous Close 34.84
Day's Range 34.75 - 35.17
52-Week Low 31.75
52-Week High 36.23
Beta n/a
Holdings 118
Inception Date Aug 4, 2020

About TEQI

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The T. Rowe Price Equity Income ETF (TEQI) is an exchange-traded fund. The ETF currently has 124.84m in AUM and 116 holdings. TEQI is an actively-managed, non-transparent fund of global large-cap companies that are positioned to outperform the Russell 1000 Value Index TEQI was launched on Aug 4, 2020 and is issued by T. Rowe Price.

Asset Class Equity
Category Large Value
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol TEQI
ETF Provider T. Rowe Price

Top 10 Holdings

25.37% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
TotalEnergies SE TTE 3.37%
The Southern Company SO 2.94%
Wells Fargo & Company WFC 2.88%
American International Group, Inc. AIG 2.51%
QUALCOMM Incorporated QCOM 2.40%
General Electric Company GE 2.38%
Elevance Health Inc. ELV 2.35%
Chubb Limited CB 2.21%
CF Industries Holdings, Inc. CF 2.17%
Becton, Dickinson and Company BDX 2.16%
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Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Sep 26, 2023 $0.1789 Sep 29, 2023
Jun 27, 2023 $0.1786 Jun 30, 2023
Mar 28, 2023 $0.2026 Mar 31, 2023
Dec 20, 2022 $0.3021 Dec 23, 2022
Sep 27, 2022 $0.1739 Sep 30, 2022
Jun 27, 2022 $0.1508 Jun 30, 2022
Full Dividend History


The Proof in the Active Investing Pudding

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23 days ago - ETF Trends

Active ETFs Gain Momentum as Market Shifts, Outperforming Passive Peers

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5 weeks ago - ETF Trends

Why Active Management Is Beginning to Outshine Passive Funds

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6 weeks ago - ETF Trends

Active Equity ETF TEQI Nears 3-Year Mark

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4 months ago - ETF Trends

Lean on Active ETFs in Earnings Week Bonanza

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4 months ago - ETF Trends

As Disruptive Investing No Longer Surprises, Actives Benefit

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5 months ago - ETF Trends

Recession Risk: Delayed, Not Defeated. Trust Actives

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5 months ago - ETF Trends

The Active Dividends ETF Hitting Milestones

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6 months ago - ETF Trends

Is 2023 The Year of the Active ETF Advisor?

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6 months ago - ETF Trends

Active ETF Investing Works in High or Low Volatility

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A Debt Deal Has Been Made, But the Debacle Continues

The debt ceiling debacle continues. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently warned that the government has until June 5 before it runs out of money.

6 months ago - ETF Trends

Even If a Debt Ceiling Deal Is Made, Volatility Could Persist

We're days away from the U.S. being unable to pay its bills. And yet, there's still no deal on raising or suspending the debt ceiling.

6 months ago - ETF Trends

Using Active Management to Brace for the Debt Ceiling Fight

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6 months ago - ETF Trends

More Institutional Investors Could Use Active Management

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7 months ago - ETF Trends

How the Debt Ceiling Fight Could Roil Markets

With Congress having until June 1 to raise or suspend the debt ceiling, the window to avoiding a default is rapidly closing. Should the U.S. default, the results would be far-reaching and potentially ...

7 months ago - ETF Trends

Debt Ceiling Fight May Make Markets Go Sideways

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7 months ago - ETF Trends

T. Rowe Price: Investor Confidence in Markets “Premature”

After a rocky 2022, investors are more bullish on U.S. equities in 2023. This is partly due to investor expectations that inflation has peaked and the Federal Reserve will stop raising interest rates ...

7 months ago - ETF Trends

New Data Suggests Consumers Bracing for a Downturn

New data released Tuesday suggests that consumers have developed a gloomier outlook over the U.S. economy. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index fell to 101.3 in April from ...

7 months ago - ETF Trends

Tech Stocks Fall After Tesla Reports Subpar Profits

It really doesn't seem to be Elon Musk's day. Not only did shares of his EV company Tesla drop nearly 10% after posting disappointing earnings, but Microsoft has also announced that it is dropping Twi...

8 months ago - ETF Trends

Fed Official Sees One More Rate Hike

A Fed official expects the U.S. central bank to implement one more 25-basis-point interest rate hike in May before stepping back and seeing how it impacts the economy.

8 months ago - ETF Trends

Using Active Value in Today's Market

The current economic landscape supports value investing in both the short- and long-term. According to a white paper published by T. Rowe Price, valuations for value stocks, on average, are more attra...

8 months ago - ETF Trends

Fed Expects “Mild Recession” This Year

Stocks fell at the end of trading on Wednesday after recently released FOMC meeting minutes revealed that staffers at the U.S. Federal Reserve expect the U.S. economy to fall into a recession later th...

8 months ago - ETF Trends

Economy Slows Amid Fed Rate Hikes

Is the Federal Reserve's monetary tightening succeeding in slowing down the U.S. economy? A few recent economic reports suggest that the Fed raising interest rates does appear to be having the intende...

8 months ago - ETF Trends

Combat Sluggish Earnings Growth With Active Management

After decades of declining interest rates acting as a tailwind for earnings and profits, investors are now facing an uncertain economic environment where analysts predict low-to-nonexistent corporate ...

8 months ago - ETF Trends

Market Sees Wide Return Dispersion in March

While the S&P 500 posted a 3.51% gain in March after February's 2.61% decline, sectors within the index saw a wide range of return dispersion.

8 months ago - ETF Trends