REZ - iShares Residential Real Estate Capped ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
75.23
+0.07 (+0.09%)
At close: 3:58PM EDT
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Previous Close75.16
Open75.19
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask75.26 x 900
Day's Range74.68 - 75.44
52 Week Range59.66 - 76.59
Volume15,452
Avg. Volume32,854
Net Assets469.64M
NAV75.21
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.95%
YTD Return22.34%
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.32
Expense Ratio (net)0.48%
Inception Date2007-05-01
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
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In existence since May 2007, REZ has delivered for shareholders, generating an annualized total return of 18%, 155 basis points higher than the S&P 500. As its name suggests, its primary focus is to invest in residential real estate in the U.S., which accounts for 49% of the ETFs net assets. As far as real estate ETFs go, at 0.48% annually, it's not cheap, but it has at least outperformed the index and its real estate peers. Vanguard Health Care ETF (VHT)If you're going to write an article about ETFs benefiting from the longevity economy, or any economy for that matter, you've got to include Vanguard in the mix, if only because of its lower costs. The Vanguard Health Care ETF (NYSEARCA:VHT) charges a paltry 0.10% for its portfolio of 385 healthcare stocks. Of the industries it invests in, the top four by weight are pharmaceuticals (29%), healthcare equipment (21%), biotechnology (20%) and managed healthcare (11%). 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Like a lot of these ETFs, it has a smaller number of holdings with just 48. Life and health insurers account for 28% of the portfolio, the second-largest weighting, behind property and casualty insurance at 40%. Charging a reasonable 0.35% annually, KIE tracks the S&P Insurance Select Industry Index, an index that represents the insurance segment of the S&P Total Market Index, which in addition to life and health insurance and property and casualty insurance, invests in insurance brokers, multi-line insurance companies and reinsurance companies. The index is comprised of insurance stocks that have a float-adjusted market cap of $2 billion or more. The index's modified equal weighting ensures that investors get both company diversification by type of insurance and size of the company. ARK Innovation ETF (ARKK)The ARK Innovation ETF (NASDAQ:ARKK) has quite the reputation having been named ETF of the Year in 2017. 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