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First Trust Capital Strength ETF: (FTCS)

(Delayed Data from NASDAQ) As of Jan 24, 2022 04:00 PM ET

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$78.24 USD

78.24
947,940

+0.27 (0.35%)

Volume: 947,940

Zacks ETF Rank

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2 Buy
3 Hold
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5 Strong Sell

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3 - Hold of 5     3    

ETF Quote Details

Previous Close 77.97
Open 77.25
Bid 73.41
Ask 82.13
Day Low-High 75.82-78.33
52wk Low-High 65.07-85.07
Volume 947,940
NAV (month end) 84.52
Premium (+)/Discount (-) (month end)-6.55

Zacks Premium Research for FTCS

Zacks ETF Rank

This is our ETF rating system that serves as a timeliness indicator for ETFs over the next 6 months:

Zacks Rank Definition
1 Strong Buy
2 Buy
3 Hold
4 Sell
5 Strong Sell

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Hold 3
ETF Risk

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ETF Research Report

ETF Expense Ratio

Expense Ratio 0.56%
Dividend (Yield) $0.89 (1.14%)
Issuer FIRST TRUST ADVISORS

Benchmark for FTCS

THE CAPITAL STRENGTH INDEX

The Capital Strength Index is an equal-dollar weighted index which provides exposure to well-capitalized companies with strong market positions based on strong balance sheets, high degree of liquidity, ability to generate earnings growth & record financial strength & profit growth.

Fund Summary for FTCS

FIRST TRUST CAPITAL STRENGTH ETF

The First Trust Capital Strength ETF seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield of an equity index called The Capital Strength Index.