FXR - First Trust Industrials/Producer Durables AlphaDEX Fund

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
42.11
+0.03 (+0.07%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close42.08
Open42.00
Bid37.90 x 800
Ask42.11 x 800
Day's Range41.94 - 42.16
52 Week Range31.94 - 43.41
Volume86,385
Avg. Volume83,710
Net Assets307.3M
NAV42.09
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.99%
YTD Daily Total Return24.05%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.39
Expense Ratio (net)0.62%
Inception Date2007-05-08
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  • ETFs in Focus as US Manufacturing PMI Data Disappoints
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    ETFs in Focus as US Manufacturing PMI Data Disappoints

    The latest ISM report on U.S. manufacturing shows weakness in the sector.

  • Industrial ETFs in Focus as US PMI Data Hits 5-Month High
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    Industrial ETFs in Focus as US PMI Data Hits 5-Month High

    Here we analyze the impact of the latest reading of U.S. manufacturing PMI on some industrial ETFs.

  • Industrial ETFs in Spotlight as U.S. Manufacturing Picks Up
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    Industrial ETFs in Spotlight as U.S. Manufacturing Picks Up

    U.S. manufacturing data for August looks encouraging and puts some industrial ETFs in spotlight.

  • How to Make Sense of Manufacturing PMI as an Economic Indicator
    Market Realist

    How to Make Sense of Manufacturing PMI as an Economic Indicator

    How to Make Sense of Economic Indicators and Invest Accordingly(Continued from Prior Part)Manufacturing activityAlthough manufacturing accounts for just 16% of global GDP, down from 18% in the late 90s, manufacturing activity remains a key leading

  • 5 Ways You Can Invest in Panama from Abroad
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    5 Ways You Can Invest in Panama from Abroad

    Panama has increasingly become popular for foreign investment due to its pro-business government, rising real estate market, and growing economy.

  • Industrial ETFs in Focus on Strong U.S. Manufacturing Output
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    Industrial ETFs in Focus on Strong U.S. Manufacturing Output

    Industrial production up 0.3% in December riding on higher manufacturing and mining levels. This puts related ETFs in focus.

  • The Uptrend in Norfolk’s Rail Traffic Continued in Week 52
    Market Realist

    The Uptrend in Norfolk’s Rail Traffic Continued in Week 52

    US Rail Traffic Saw Impressive Growth in the Last Week of 2018 (Continued from Prior Part) ## Rail traffic volumes Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported an 11% YoY increase in its rail traffic volumes in Week 52 driven primarily by robust growth in carloads and intermodal units. The Eastern US railroad company hauled 115,612 total units compared to 104,135 units in the same week of the previous year. Moreover, Norfolk Southern’s rail traffic growth in Week 52 was significantly higher than the overall 5.1% gain registered by US railroad companies. In 2018, Norfolk Southern’s rail traffic volumes increased 4% YoY, which was higher than the 3.7% YoY increase reported by US railroad companies during the same period. ## Carloads increased The company’s carload traffic grew for the third consecutive week. Norfolk Southern’s carload traffic made a remarkable turnaround in Week 50 after reporting falls for five consecutive weeks. In Week 52, the Eastern US railroad company’s carload traffic grew 14.2% YoY, making it the fourth-highest gainer among Class I railroad companies (FXR). BNSF Railway, Canadian Pacific (CP), and Canadian National (CNI) held the first three spots with respective carload traffic gains of 17.5%, 17%, and 16.5%, respectively. Norfolk Southern carried 53,862 railcars in Week 52 compared to 47,161 in the same period of the previous year. Kansas City Southern (KSU) was the only company that registered a decline in carload traffic in Week 52. Norfolk Southern’s commodity groups excluding coal and coke accounted for 72% of its Week 52 total carload traffic. Coal and coke traffic contributed 28% of the company’s total carloads. Commodity group traffic excluding coal and coke increased 12.9% YoY to 38,648 units from 34,231 units. Coal and coke volumes grew 17.7% YoY to 15,214 units in Week 52 from 12,930 units. The commodity groups excluding coal and coke that experienced notable volume growth in Week 52 included grain, motor vehicles and equipment, chemicals, petroleum products, and iron and steel scrap. The commodity groups that recorded YoY falls in Week 52 volumes were forest products, pulp, paper, stone, and clay. ## Intermodal volumes Norfolk Southern’s intermodal traffic grew 8.4% YoY in Week 52 to 61,750 containers and trailers compared to 56,974 units in the previous year. The company’s container traffic expanded 10% YoY to 56,966 units from 51,793 units. However, its trailer volumes decreased 7.7% YoY to 4,784 units from 5,181 units in Week 52 of 2017. Among Class I railroad companies, Norfolk Southern’s intermodal traffic growth was the second highest after Canadian National’s gain of 9.6% in Week 52. Next, we’ll discuss CSX’s rail traffic trends. Continue to Next Part Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - US Rail Traffic Saw Impressive Growth in the Last Week of 2018 * Part 2 - Canadian National Railway Was the Top Volume Gainer in Week 52 * Part 3 - Strong Carload Growth Drove Canadian Pacific’s Rail Traffic

  • Norfolk Southern’s Rail Traffic Growth Momentum Continued
    Market Realist

    Norfolk Southern’s Rail Traffic Growth Momentum Continued

    US Rail Freight Traffic Grew 4.2% in Week 51(Continued from Prior Part)Rail traffic volume Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported a 3% YoY increase in its rail traffic volume in week 51 due to improved carloads and intermodal units.

  • Norfolk Southern: How Rail Traffic Trended in Week 50
    Market Realist

    Norfolk Southern: How Rail Traffic Trended in Week 50

    US Rail Freight Traffic Growth Trend Continues in Week 50(Continued from Prior Part)Rail traffic volume Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported a 4.6% YoY increase in its rail traffic volume in week 50. The Eastern US railroad company hauled 159,133 total cars compared with 152,205 units in the same week of last year.

  • Norfolk Southern’s Rail Traffic Grew in Week 47
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    Norfolk Southern’s Rail Traffic Grew in Week 47

    Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported 4.4% YoY growth in its rail traffic volume in week 47. The company hauled 134,716 total cars—compared to 129,058 units in the same week last year. The YoY growth was mainly driven by the strong performance in Norfolk Southern’s intermodal business. The growth was partially offset by weakness in the Carload segment.

  • Norfolk Southern’s Carload Traffic Plunged over 6% in Week 46
    Market Realist

    Norfolk Southern’s Carload Traffic Plunged over 6% in Week 46

    Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported a 2.2% YoY fall in its rail traffic volume in week 46. The Eastern US railroad company hauled 148,100 total cars compared with 151,460 units in the same week of last year. Norfolk’s rail traffic decline in week 46 was in contrast to the 0.04% gain registered by US railroad companies. However, in the first 46 weeks, Norfolk Southern’s overall rail traffic volumes grew 4% YoY. The company’s traffic gains were higher than the 3.7% YoY growth reported by US railroad companies during the period.

  • Comparing Norfolk Southern’s Traffic to the Industry’s in Week 42
    Market Realist

    Comparing Norfolk Southern’s Traffic to the Industry’s in Week 42

    Eastern US railroad company Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported a 3.3% YoY (year-over-year) fall in its carload traffic in Week 42. The company hauled ~67,800 railcars sans intermodal units in the week compared to ~70,100 in the comparable period last year.

  • Why NSC’s Q3 2018 Operating Margin Ran on an Elevated Track
    Market Realist

    Why NSC’s Q3 2018 Operating Margin Ran on an Elevated Track

    Let’s take a look at Norfolk Southern’s (NSC) third-quarter operating margin. In the third quarter, NSC’s operating margin expanded 110 basis points to 34.6% from 33.5% in the third quarter of 2017. In the reported quarter, the railroad company’s revenue jumped 10.4%, while its operating expenses rose 8.6% to $1.927 billion.

  • UPS: What Led Its Supply Chain and Freight Growth in Q3 2018?
    Market Realist

    UPS: What Led Its Supply Chain and Freight Growth in Q3 2018?

    After reviewing United Parcel Service’s (UPS) International Package segment, we’ll take a close look at its Supply Chain and Freight segment’s performance. The logistics giant’s Supply Chain and Freight vertical accounts for ~20.0% of its total revenues.

  • Analysts’ Views on Union Pacific ahead of Its Q3 Earnings
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    Analysts’ Views on Union Pacific ahead of Its Q3 Earnings

    Union Pacific (UNP) has a mean analyst rating of 2.36, indicating a “buy.” The railroad company is covered by 28 Wall Street analysts leading up to its third-quarter results. For Union Pacific, analysts have set a 12-month price target of $168.31 per share. Based on the company’s closing price of $143.92 on October 23, this target indicates a ~17% potential return over the next 12 months.

  • Norfolk Southern: The Top in Week 41 Intermodal Traffic Growth
    Market Realist

    Norfolk Southern: The Top in Week 41 Intermodal Traffic Growth

    Eastern US rail carrier Norfolk Southern (NSC) registered a 3.1% YoY (year-over-year) slump in carload traffic. It moved ~67,000 railcars excluding intermodal units in the week compared to ~69,100 in the comparable period last year.