|Bid||50.80 x 3000|
|Ask||50.84 x 3000|
|Day's Range||50.81 - 50.84|
|52 Week Range||47.83 - 50.93|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.29%|
The American Century Diversified Corporate Bond ETF (NYSEArca: KORP), an actively managed corporate bond exchange traded fund, now has a lower fee. Effective June 14, KORP’s annual expense ratio is 0.29%, ...
It's just 18 months old, but the American Century Diversified Corporate Bond ETF (NYSE: KORP) is already getting a lower fee. As of June 14, the actively managed corp had nearly $63 million in assets under management. While there are passively manged corporate bond funds, including exchange traded funds, with lower fees, KORP's new expense ratio compares favorably with broader universe of actively managed corporate bond funds.
When looking into exchange traded funds, investors should lift the hood and break down the various costs of ownership. On the recent webcast (available on demand for CE Credit), Looking Under the Hoods ...
Buying cars can teach you a lot about buying ETFs. With both purchases, total cost of ownership goes beyond the sticker price. By looking under the hood, you can make more informed decisions to help your ...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. , Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- American Century Investments today announced the further buildout of its suite of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). American Century Quality Diversified International ...
Investors who are interested in investing with ETFs should consider an approach to achieve the best possible execution and an overall positive trading experience. For example, many investors tend to look at a security's liquidity to determine whether or not they will be able to execute an efficient trade. On the recent webcast (available On Demand for CE Credit), Mechanics of ETF Trading and Liquidity, Matt Lewis, Vice President and Head of ETF Implementation and Capital Markets, at American Century Investments, explained that to understand ETF liquidity, investors should consider the secondary market where ETFs trade, along with the ETF market depth and primary markets.
ETFs have become a household name as more investors adopt a tax-efficient investment tool to access niche and broad market exposures. On the upcoming webcast, Mechanics of ETF Trading and Liquidity, Matt Lewis, Vice President and Head of ETF Implementation and Capital Markets, at American Century Investments, and Sandra Testani, Director of Product Management for Alternatives and ETFs at American Century Investments, will take an in-depth look into exchange traded funds and consider approaches to achieve the best possible execution and an overall positive trading experience.
Innovation and new players jumping over from the traditional mutual fund space have quickly helped the ETF universe expand to where it is now today. American Century was also among the latest group of money managers that turned into ETF providers.