The SPDR® S&P® MidCap 400 ETF, before expenses, seeks to generally correspond to the price and yield performance of the S&P MidCap 400 IndexTM.
Ordinary brokerage commissions may apply.
|Primary Benchmark||S&P MidCap 400 Index|
|Short Selling Allowed||Yes|
|Gross Expense Ratio||0.25%|
|Investment Manager||Bank of New York|
|Distributor||ALPS Distributors, Inc.|
|Exchange||NYSE ARCA EXCHANGE|
|Earnings Growth 5 Year||12.22%|
|FY 1 P/E Ratio||19.28|
|Number of Holdings||401|
|Weighted Average Market Cap||$5,232.97 M|
|Earnings Growth 3 Year||12.24%|
|FY 1 P/E Ratio||19.30|
|Number of Holdings||400|
|Return On Equity||13.23%|
As of 02/28/2014
As of 12/31/2013
Performance quoted represents past performance, which is no guarantee of future results. Investment return and principal value will fluctuate, so you may have a gain or loss when shares are sold. Current performance may be higher or lower than that quoted.
The bid/ask mid point is the average of the last bid and ask price where:
The bid price is the price a prospective buyer is prepared to pay at a particular time for trading a unit of given security and
The ask price is the price at which someone who owns a security offers to sell it; also known as the asked price.
|Exchange Volume (shares)||471,802|
|Shares Outstanding||63.28 M|
|Total Net Assets||$15,980.89 M|
|Net Cash Amount||$58,606,190.46|
|Weighted Average Market Cap||$5,237.90 M|
Buying and Selling ETFs
ETFs are flexible and easy to trade. Investors buy and sell them like stocks, typically through a brokerage account. Investors can also employ traditional stock trading techniques; including stop orders, limit orders, margin purchases, and short sales using ETFs. They are listed on major US Stock Exchanges.
ETFs are subject to risk similar to those of stocks including those regarding short-selling and margin account maintenance.
Ordinary brokerage commissions apply.
The shares of the SPDR S&P 500 ETF represent ownership in the SPDR S&P 500 Trust, a unit investment trust.
As with all stocks, you may be required to deposit more money or securities into your margin account if the equity, including the amount attributable to your ETF shares, declines.