ProShares Ultra Basic MaterialsUYM:PCQ:USD

53.36
2.240 / 4.03%
38.02 - 57.56+0.31
Close in USDToday's change52-week range3-yr sharpe ratio
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Objective

The investment seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, that correspond to two times (2x) the daily performance of the Dow Jones U.S. Basic MaterialsSM Index. The fund invests in securities and derivatives that ProShare Advisors believes, in combination, should have similar daily return characteristics as two times (2x) the daily return of the index. The index measures the performance of the basic materials sector of the U.S. equity market. The fund is non-diversified.

Profile

Fund typeOpen Ended Investment Company
Investment style (stocks)
Market Cap: Large
Investment Style: Blend
Morningstar categoryTrading-Leveraged Equity
Launch date30/01/2007
Price currencyUSD
DomicileUnited States
SymbolUYM
Manager & start date
Michael Neches
01/10/2013
Charles Lowery
01/10/2013

Investment

Total net assets
117.75m USDAs of Jun 30 2014
Market cap112.06m USD
Shares outstanding2.10m
Average volume (10-day)18.38k
Net expense ratio0.95%
Last dividend0.0685 USD
Div yield0.28%
Div ex-date06/25/2014
Div pay-date07/03/2014
Available for saleMexico, United States

Diversification

Asset type

US stock
79.41%
Non-US stock
42.42%
Other
12.15%
US bond
0.00%
Non-US bond
0.00%
Cash
-33.97%

Top 5 sectors

Basic Materials
74.73%
Consumer Cyclical
2.53%
Energy
1.22%
Industrials
1.20%

Top 5 Regions

United States
79.41%
United Kingdom
0.28%

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

Sector & regional holdings

Top 5 holdings

Company1 year
change
Portfolio
weight
Short
allocation
Long
allocation
Ishares U.S. Basic Materials (Iym) Swap Goldman Sachs International--61.70%
Ishares U.S. Basic Materials (Iym) Swap Goldman Sachs International - Cash---61.70%
Dj U.S. Basic Materials Index Swap Bank Of America, Na--14.92%
Dj U.S. Basic Materials Index Swap Deutsche Bank Ag--11.85%
Ishares U.S. Basic Materials (Iym) Swap Bank Of America, Na--11.51%
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