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USD (U.S. Dollar) currency funds and ETFs invest the majority of their... USD (U.S. Dollar) currency funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in the U.S. Dollar or U.S. Dollar futures contracts. These funds, which tend to be priced in U.S. dollars, are usually passively managed. There are also inverse funds, which allow investors to express a bearish view on the U.S. Dollar. These funds can be leveraged or unleveraged. The U.S. currency’s value vs. global counterparts is affected by a number of factors, such as relative interest rates (interest rate differentials among countries), economic growth expectations, commodity prices, budget and trade deficits, and geopolitical tensions. The U.S. Dollar is the world’s reserve currency, and often benefits in times of market turmoil. Speculators also play a big role in short-term currency fluctuations. U.S. Dollar currency funds and ETFs may be appropriate for an aggressive investor willing to take on a fair amount of risk to achieve higher returns. Last Updated: 04/16/2024 View more View less

USD (U.S. Dollar) currency funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in the U.S. Dollar or U.S. Dollar futures contracts. These funds, which tend to be priced in U.S. dollars, are... USD (U.S. Dollar) currency funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in the U.S. Dollar or U.S. Dollar futures contracts. These funds, which tend to be priced in U.S. dollars, are usually passively managed. There are also inverse funds, which allow investors to express a bearish view on the U.S. Dollar. These funds can be leveraged or unleveraged. The U.S. currency’s value vs. global counterparts is affected by a number of factors, such as relative interest rates (interest rate differentials among countries), economic growth expectations, commodity prices, budget and trade deficits, and geopolitical tensions. The U.S. Dollar is the world’s reserve currency, and often benefits in times of market turmoil. Speculators also play a big role in short-term currency fluctuations. U.S. Dollar currency funds and ETFs may be appropriate for an aggressive investor willing to take on a fair amount of risk to achieve higher returns. Last Updated: 04/16/2024 View more View less

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As of 4/12/24
iShares Bitcoin Trust

IBIT | ETF |

$38.14

-5.05%

$9.41 B

0.00%

-

-

-

-

-

0.25%

$34.22

-0.96%

$4.18 B

2.32%

$0.79

17.65%

10.44%

10.59%

9.07%

0.70%

$35.79

-1.21%

$409.94 M

1.41%

$0.50

14.50%

9.64%

10.42%

-

1.12%

$41.30

-1.30%

$303.31 M

2.50%

$1.03

44.97%

17.07%

15.80%

12.22%

1.03%

$30.97

-1.31%

$214.52 M

2.63%

$0.81

14.80%

5.91%

8.31%

-

0.70%

Cambria Global Momentum ETF

GMOM | Active ETF

$28.33

-1.50%

$145.40 M

6.26%

$1.77

2.70%

2.32%

5.23%

-

1.06%

$25.51

-2.13%

$121.03 M

3.70%

$0.94

8.20%

-3.95%

2.81%

-

1.49%

$31.10

-0.98%

$116.15 M

2.58%

$0.80

15.56%

4.93%

8.66%

-

0.82%

$34.34

-0.87%

$34.11 M

0.39%

$0.13

13.26%

4.75%

7.90%

6.97%

1.03%

$29.04

-5.31%

$22.43 M

0.00%

-

109.28%

-

-

-

11.18%

$39.65

-7.53%

$3.31 M

0.00%

-

-

-

-

-

1.00%

$12.92

-0.08%

$2.53 M

0.00%

-

8.69%

3.81%

-

-

5.58%

$8.25

0.00%

$9.79 K

0.00%

-

-0.51%

-2.17%

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-

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