WisdomTree Fundamental U.S. Corporate Bond Fund (WFIG)

BATS: WFIG · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
46.78
0.37 (0.79%)
At close: May 25, 2022 4:00 PM
46.79
0.00 (0.00%)
After-hours:May 25, 2022 8:00 PM EDT
Assets$42.11M
NAV$46.78
Expense Ratio0.18%
PE Ration/a
Shares Out900,000
Dividend (ttm)$1.34
Dividend Yield2.87%
Ex-Dividend DateMay 24, 2022
1-Year Return-12.06%
Volume4,665
Open49.42
Previous Close46.42
Day's Range46.50 - 46.78
52-Week Low48.39
52-Week High55.49
Beta0.19
Holdings557
Inception DateApr 27, 2016

About WFIG

Under normal circumstances, at least 80% of the fund's total assets will be invested in component securities of the index and investments that have economic characteristics that are substantially identical to the economic characteristics of such component securities. The index is designed to capture the performance of selected issuers in the U.S. investment grade corporate bond market that are deemed to have favorable fundamental and income characteristics. The fund is non-diversified.

Asset ClassFixed Income
RegionNorth America
IssuerWisdomTree Investments
Stock ExchangeBATS
Ticker SymbolWFIG
Index TrackedWisdomTree Fundamental U.S. Corporate Bond Index

Top 10 Holdings

8.67% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
Oracle Corporation 5.38%ORCL 5.375 07.15.401.20%
Oracle Corporation 2.88%ORCL 2.875 03.25.311.16%
Bank of America Corporation 1.9%BAC V1.898 07.23.31 MTN1.02%
Wells Fargo & Company 1.65%WFC V1.654 06.02.24 MTN0.89%
Broadcom Inc 4.93%AVGO 4.926 05.15.37 144A0.85%
Bank of America Corporation 4.2%BAC 4.2 08.26.24 MTN0.81%
Citigroup Inc. 4.3%C 4.3 11.20.260.72%
Morgan Stanley 7.25%MS 7.25 04.01.320.70%
Capital One Financial Corporation 3.8%COF 3.8 01.31.280.67%
Phillips 66 3.7%PSX 3.7 04.06.230.64%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Apr 25, 2022$0.100Apr 28, 2022
Mar 25, 2022$0.100Mar 30, 2022
Feb 22, 2022$0.100Feb 25, 2022
Jan 25, 2022$0.100Jan 28, 2022
Dec 27, 2021$0.100Dec 30, 2021
Dec 7, 2021$0.09574Dec 10, 2021
Full Dividend History

News

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