TAO - Guggenheim China Real Estate ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
30.30
-0.60 (-1.94%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close30.90
Open30.22
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range30.10 - 30.33
52 Week Range19.09 - 31.24
Volume36,402
Avg. Volume26,336
Net Assets64.93M
NAV29.38
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield1.37%
YTD Return51.76%
Beta (3y)1.33
Expense Ratio (net)0.70%
Inception Date2007-12-18
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  • Market Realist17 days ago

    China Property Sales Growth Slows Down in August

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    How China’s Real Estate Fared in July and August

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  • Market Realist2 months ago

    A Look at China’s Steel Demand Indicators

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  • Market Realist3 months ago

    China’s Real Estate Indicators and Iron Ore

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  • Market Realist3 months ago

    How Weakening Chinese Demand Indicators Could Impact CLF

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  • Market Realist4 months ago

    Iron Ore Impact: China’s Slowing Real Estate Growth

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  • Market Realist4 months ago

    These Factors Are Impacting Chinese Steel Demand

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  • Market Realist5 months ago

    Why Real Estate in China Matters

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  • Market Realist7 months ago

    Is China’s Slowing Real Estate Market a Cause for Concern?

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    What Led China ETFs to Outperform in Q1 2017?

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  • Market Realist7 months ago

    Will China’s Real Estate Sector Bottom Out in 2017?

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    3 Emerging Market Funds Paying 6.4%, With 30% Upside

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    Could Donald Trump Send Chinese Stocks Crashing?

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