FlexShares Quality Dividend Dynamic Index Fund


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Основные параметры

Цена последней сделки 54.43
Код ценной бумаги QDYN
Полное наименование FlexShares Quality Dividend Dynamic Index Fund
Объем 16370000000
Изм за день, % -0.0
Комиссия 0.37
Дата основания Dec 14. 2012
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Тип актива Equity
Индекс Northern Trust Quality Dividend Dynamic Index
Регион North America
Средний P/E 25.12
Дивиденды 2.99
5 летняя доходность 105.23
3 летняя доходность 33.70
Годовая доходность 16.37
Бета 1.12
Валюта usd

Топ эмитентов

Эмитент Доля, %
Apple 8.31
Microsoft Corporation 4.98
JPMorgan Chase 3.69
Johnson & Johnson 3.58
Cisco 2.49
Texas Instruments 2.12
Amgen 1.74
Philip Morris International 1.7
Citigroup 1.69
Lowe's 1.66
Home Depot 1.46
IBM 1.36
Thermo Fisher Scientific 2.52
Morgan Stanley 1.36
Applied Materials 1.35
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Описание FlexShares Quality Dividend Dynamic Index Fund

The FlexShares Quality Dividend Dynamic Index Fund (QDYN) is part of Northern Trust’s stable of proprietary twists on factor investing. The fund follows a Northern Trust index that selects dividend-paying large-cap U.S. equities. Simple enough, but then the index weights the portfolio toward companies that earned the highest “dividend quality” scores. To prevent unintentional concentrations, the methodology caps the weighting of individual securities, industry groups, sectors and styles. Lastly, the fund tries to deliver “above market beta” — jargon used to describe how volatile the performance is relative to the market. It’s another way of saying QDYN tries to exceed market volatility.

The approach to market beta is the nuance that sets it apart from its sister funds FlexShares Quality Dividend Defensive Index Fund (QDEF) and The FlexShares Quality Dividend Index Fund (QDF), which aim to reduce or match market swings, respectively. In practice, all three funds share many of the same top holdings, including blue-chip stocks like Apple, Johnson & Johnson and Microsoft. The difference comes down to weighting. QDYN might have more invested in volatile tech stocks than QDEF, while QDF will be somewhere in the middle.

As with many FlexShares funds, investors will pay a premium. Management fees, though not eye-popping for proprietary index strategies, are multiples higher than U.S. equity ETFs offered by massive passives like Vanguard and iShares. Is it worth it? Investors can look at it several different ways. There are plenty of other variations on dividend investing, such as the WisdomTree U.S. Total Dividend Fund (DTD) or the Invesco Dividend Achievers ETF (PFM.) There are traditional defensive mainstays like utility ETFs, such as the Utilities Select Sector SPDR (XLU). And there are ultra-cheap dividend funds like the giant Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (VIG) and the Vanguard High Dividend Yield ETF (VYM). Both offer more liquidity than QDYN at a fraction of the price.