First Asset Cambridge Core U.S. Equity ETF (Unhedged)

Fund Overview

This actively managed ETF provides exposure to a select group of U.S. equity securities in which Cambridge Global Asset Management has the highest conviction. In keeping with the Cambridge investment philosophy, this ETF will be benchmark agnostic, focusing on absolute returns and downside protection. By ensuring that all equity holdings are U.S. domiciled, this ETF makes for an ideal core position to help investors and advisors explicitly manage their geographic allocation.

FCY.B 0.18%1.09%6.31%0.18%7.54%13.15%
As at: 31 Jan 2018 - Benchmark: S&P 500 Index (Total Return)


Sector Breakdown*

As at 31 January 2018
*As a percent of invested assets

The indicated rates of return are the historical annual compounded total returns, including changes in unit value and do not take into account sales, redemption or optional charges or income taxes payable by a security holder that would have reduced returns.

The S&P 500 Index tracks 500 large-cap U.S. stocks representing all major industries. This index is used as a benchmark to help you understand the Fund`s performance relative to the general performance of the broader U.S. equity market.

Key Facts

Fund Characteristics

Price/Earnings Ratio24.61
Price/Book Ratio2.96
As at 31 Jan, 2018

Fund Statistics

P/S Ratio (TTM) (Long)1.75
P/C Ratio (TTM) (Long)12.12
ROA % (TTM) (Long)5.91
ROE % (TTM) (Long)18.04
As at 31 Jan, 2018


Distribution details (.csv)

Twelve month-trailing distribution yield: 2.22%

FCY.BTotalCashReinvestedEligible dividendsNon eligible dividendsOther incomeCapital GainsReturn of capitalForeign IncomeForeign tax paid
2017 +$1.56540$0.51540$1.05000$0.00550--$1.52585$0.00947$0.02891$0.00433
2016 +$0.32780$0.02020$0.30760---$0.31778$0.00005$0.01173$0.00176


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