WBI Bull-Bear Quality 1000 ETF (WBIL)

NYSEARCA: WBIL · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.03 (-0.11%)
Sep 29, 2022 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $35.25M
NAV $27.54
Expense Ratio 1.25%
PE Ratio 23.32
Shares Out 1.28M
Dividend (ttm) $0.56
Dividend Yield 2.05%
Ex-Dividend Date Sep 28, 2022
1-Year Return -6.54%
Volume 984
Open 27.56
Previous Close 27.53
Day's Range 27.53 - 27.56
52-Week Low 27.50
52-Week High 32.03
Beta 0.54
Holdings 10
Inception Date Sep 3, 2014

About WBIL

The investment seeks long-term capital appreciation and the potential for current income, while also seeking to protect principal during unfavorable market conditions. The fund will seek to invest in the equity securities of small-capitalization, mid-capitalization, and large capitalization domestic and foreign companies that the sub-advisor to the fund and an affiliate of the advisor, believes display attractive prospects for growth in a company's intrinsic value, and in other tactical investment opportunities. It may invest up to 50% of its net assets in the securities of issuers in emerging markets.

Asset Class Portfolio-Multi Asset
Sector Income
Region Global
Issuer WBI Shares
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol WBIL

Top 10 Holdings

100.03% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Cash & Other n/a 79.14%
Brown-Forman BF.B 4.62%
General Dynamics GD 4.55%
Conagra Brands CAG 4.14%
Nielsen Holdings NLSN 3.38%
General Mills GIS 2.06%
First Interstate BancSystem FIBK 1.79%
Aflac AFL 0.30%
Elevance Health ELV 0.03%
Microchip Technology MCHP 0.02%
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Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Sep 28, 2022 $0.053 Sep 30, 2022
Dec 29, 2021 $0.51166 Dec 31, 2021
Sep 27, 2021 $0.084 Sep 29, 2021
Mar 16, 2021 $0.03022 Mar 18, 2021
Dec 29, 2020 $0.0084 Dec 31, 2020
Sep 15, 2020 $0.0211 Sep 17, 2020
Full Dividend History


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