First Trust Dow Jones Internet Index FundFDN:PCQ:USD

56.58
0.76 / 1.36%
41.00 - 65.79+0.99
Latest price in USDToday's change52-week range3-yr sharpe ratio
As of Apr 16 2014 18:25 BST.Data delayed by at least 15 minutes.

Objective

The investment seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield (before the fund's fees and expenses) of an equity index called the Dow Jones Internet Composite Index (SM) (the "index"). The fund will normally invest at least 90% of its net assets plus the amount of any borrowings for investment purposes in common stocks that comprise the index. It, using an "indexing" investment approach, attempts to replicate, before fees and expenses, the performance of the index. The index is designed to include only companies whose primary focus is Internet-related. The fund is non-diversified.

Profile

Fund typeOpen Ended Investment Company
Investment style (stocks)
Market Cap: Large
Investment Style: Growth
Morningstar categoryTechnology
Launch date19/06/2006
Price currencyUSD
DomicileUnited States
SymbolFDN
Manager & start date
Roger Testin
19/06/2006
Daniel Lindquist
19/06/2006
Jon Erickson
19/06/2006
David McGarel
19/06/2006
Stan Ueland
08/11/2006

Investment

Total net assets
2.19bn USDAs of Mar 31 2014
Market cap1.86bn USD
Shares outstanding32.90m
Average volume (10-day)1.31m
Net expense ratio0.60%
Last dividend--
Div yield0.00%
Div ex-date--
Div pay-date--
Available for saleMexico, United States

Diversification

Asset type

US stock
100.04%
Non-US bond
0.00%
Other
0.00%
Non-US stock
0.00%
US bond
0.00%
Cash
-0.04%

Top 5 sectors

Technology
67.79%
Consumer Cyclical
22.51%
Financial Services
4.86%
Communication Services
4.00%
Industrials
0.87%

Top 5 Regions

United States
100.04%

Sector and region weightings are calculated using only long position holdings of the portfolio.

Sector & regional holdings

Top 5 holdings

CompanyIC
View
1 year
change
Portfolio
weight
Long
allocation
Google Inc Class A
GOOGL:NSQ
+40.78%9.91%
Amazon.com Inc
AMZN:NSQ
+16.75%7.15%
Facebook Inc Class A
FB:NSQ
+119.84%6.33%
eBay Inc
EBAY:NSQ
-4.56%5.68%
priceline.com Incorporated
PCLN:NSQ
+66.78%5.40%
As of Mar 31 2014.Data delayed by at least 15 minutes.Top 10 holdings
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