USMV - iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol USA ETF
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar 25, 2021|
|Trading Day||April 21|
|Day's Range||72.16 - 72.56|
|52-Week Range||55.56 - 72.56|
The investment seeks the investment results of the MSCI USA Minimum Volatility (USD) Index. The fund will invest at least 90% of its assets in the component securities of the index and may invest up to 10% of its assets in certain futures, options and swap contracts, cash and cash equivalents. The index measures the performance of large and mid-capitalization equity securities listed on stock exchanges in the U.S. that, in the aggregate, have lower volatility relative to the large- and mid-cap U.S. equity market.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Oct 18, 2011
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
MSCI USA Minimum Volatility (USD) Index
Top 10 Holdings15.05% of assets
|Johnson & Johnson||JNJ||1.57%|
|Mar 25, 2021||$0.273695||Mar 31, 2021|
|Dec 14, 2020||$0.302289||Dec 18, 2020|
|Sep 23, 2020||$0.313415||Sep 29, 2020|
|Jun 15, 2020||$0.301765||Jun 19, 2020|
|Mar 25, 2020||$0.313276||Mar 31, 2020|
|Dec 16, 2019||$0.383729||Dec 20, 2019|
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