|Bid||40.89 x 1300|
|Ask||40.91 x 900|
|Day's Range||40.82 - 40.82|
|52 Week Range||33.92 - 43.46|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||13.42%|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.50%|
Americans will likely spend a staggering $8.8 billion on Halloween candy, costumes, and decorations this year. This should perk up business and in turn these stocks and ETFs.
The ProShares Pet Care ETF (CBOE: PAWZ) , the first and still the only dedicated pet care ETF, has retreated this month, but that decline may prove to be more buying opportunity than a strike against the fund's investment thesis. Healthcare and retail stocks make up a significant portion of the PAWZ roster and the ProShares ETF is topping both standard healthcare and retail ETFs this year.
Pet holidays are nice. After all, they give pet owners added reason to use the cameras on their smartphones and to post those pictures to various social media forums. As an investor, pet holidays don't do much for me, but there are solid fundamentals underpinning the long-term story behind PAWZ.
The ProShares Pet Care ETF (CBOE: PAWZ), the first and still the only dedicated pet care exchange traded fund, is up more than 18%, dispelling any notion that it is no more than just another thematic ETF. ...
The ProShares Pet Care ETF (CBOE:PAWZ) has been generating more interest in recent weeks. Sure, PAWZ was the first exchange traded fund to add shares of Chewy, Inc. (NYSE:CHWY) and did so for a decent size. To a skeptical investor, PAWZ may appear to be just another niche ETF with a narrow investment focus, but the reality is PAWZ is underpinned by a slew of favorable fundamental factors.
The ProShares Pet Care ETF (CBOE: PAWZ) debuted last November as the first exchange traded fund (ETF) dedicated to the pet care industry and related investment opportunities. Now, the high-flying PAWZ ...
ProShares, a premier provider of ETFs, announced that Chewy Inc. (CHWY), an online seller of pet supplies, is expected to be added to the ProShares Pet Care ETF (Cboe/Bats:PAWZ) on Friday, June 21. PAWZ is the only ETF focused on the pet care industry. It gives investors the opportunity to gain broad exposure to public companies in the global pet care industry—companies like Chewy that stand to potentially benefit from the proliferation of pet ownership and the emerging trends affecting how we care for our pets.
On Monday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer re-balanced the theoretical, pet care-focused exchange-traded fund he assembled in 2018. The humanization of pets continues to be a great long-term theme, Cramer explained to viewers. “The humanization of pets has been a fabulous secular growth story — one that’s really paid off in 2019,” Cramer said.
Being a pet owner is rewarding on an emotional level. Financially speaking, not so much. However, that trend could be changing thanks to the ProShares Pet Care ETF (CBOE: PAWZ), which gives pet owners ...
The ProShares Pet Care ETF (CBOE: PAWZ), which debuted last November, fits the bill as a thematic ETF, a trait that can be a gift or a curse depending on the theme in question. In the case of PAWZ, a slew of favorable fundamental data underpin the pets investment thesis. For those not content with knowing that pet ownership rates in the U.S. exceed child birth rates or that everyone's two favorite demographics – baby boomers and millennials – are willing to spend on their pets, there are more convincing data points.
ProShares, a premier provider of ETFs, today announced the inclusion of nine more of its ETFs to the TD Ameritrade ETF Market Center’s menu of commission-free funds.
The ProShares Pet Care ETF (CBOE: PAWZ) debuted last November as the first exchange traded fund (ETF) dedicated to the pet care industry and related investment opportunities. Year-to-date, PAWZ is higher by nearly 13%. PAWZ seeks investment results, before fees and expenses, that track the performance of the FactSet Pet Care Index.
National Pet Day is Thursday, April 11. As owners know, pet ownership is rewarding, but, in many cases, not cheap. While the comfort, support and good times associated with pet ownership pay emotional dividends, the financial aspect of owning a dog, cat, horse or another animal is usually at an outgoing cost.
Pets are loyal companions and increasingly considered part of the family. Today, roughly 68% of U.S. households have pets, up from 56% in 1988, according to the American Pet Products Association (APPA). In fact, more households have pets than have children.