November 23, 2016 - By Winifred Garcia · 0 Comments
Nov 23 is a positive day so far for PowerShares FTSE RAFI Asa Pac ex-Jpn ETF (NYSEARCA:PAF) as the ETF is active during the day after gaining 2.71% to hit $47.8 per share. The exchange traded fund has 22.52 million net assets and 0.47% volatility this month.
Over the course of the day 500 shares traded hands, as compared to an average volume of 1,730 over the last 30 days for PowerShares FTSE RAFI Asa Pac ex-Jpn ETF (NYSEARCA:PAF).
The ETF is -4.18% of its 52-Week High and 30.99% of its low, and is currently having ATR of 0.53. This year’s performance is 11.86% while this quarter’s performance is -2.06%.
The ETF’s YTD performance is 13.18%, the 1 year is 11.13% and the 3 year is -3.07%.
The ETF’s average P/E ratio is 12.44, the price to book is 1.07, the price to sales is 1.07 and the price to cashflow is 4.54. It was started on 6/25/2007. The fund’s top holdings are: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd for 7.56% of assets, BHP Billiton Ltd for 6.29%, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd for 4.24%, Commonwealth Bank of Australia for 4.14%, Westpac Banking Corp for 3.97%, National Australia Bank Ltd for 3.12%, POSCO for 2.01%, AIA Group Ltd for 1.72%, Woolworths Ltd for 1.72%, Wesfarmers Ltd for 1.71%. The ETF sector weights are: Basic Materials 14.89%, Consumer Cyclical 6.35%, Financial Services 31.64%, Realestate 9.39%, Consumer Defensive 5.79%, Healthcare 0.79%, Utilities 3.25%, Communication Services 3.25%, Energy 4.60%, Industrials 8.13%, Technology 11.91%. The ETF currently as 3.61% yield.
PowerShares FTSE RAFI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Portfolio is based on the FTSE RAFI Developed Asia Pacific ex Japan Index (Index). The company has a market cap of $22.52 million. The Fund will normally invest at least 90% of its total assets in securities that comprise the Index and American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) based on the securities in the Index. It currently has negative earnings. The Index is designed to track the performance of the largest equities of companies domiciled in the Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan), selected based on the four fundamental measures of firm size: book value, income, sales and dividends.
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By Winifred Garcia