MINT
PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity ETF

MINT$101.56
+$0.03
(+0.03%)
As of 6:40:00 PM EDT | 9/20/18  |  Market Closed

MINT Trading Data

Open

$101.54

Low Price

$101.54

High Price

$101.56

Previous Last Price

$101.53

Bid Size

$101.49 X 100

Ask Size

$101.9 X 1100

MINT Portfolio Data

AUM

$10,572,345

Shares

104,120

PE Ratio

0

Price / Book Ratio

2.41

Expense Ratio

0.35

Net Asset Value

$101.54

Volume

Volume

703,300

Avg. Volume (YDT)

844,903

Dollar Volume

$69,062,792

Weekly Avg. Volume

543,020

Monthly Avg. Volume

909,310

Quarterly Avg. Volume

815,520

MINT Fund Description

The PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity Active ETF seeks greater income and total return potential than money market funds, and may be appropriate for nonimmediate cash allocations. MINT will primarily invest in short duration investment grade debt securities. The average portfolio duration of MINT will vary based on PIMCO?s economic forecasts and active investment process decisions, and will not normally exceed one year. MINT will disclose all portfolio holdings on a daily basis, and will not use options, futures, or swaps.

MINT Chart

MINT Summary

Fund Family

PIMCO ETFs

Tracks This Index

PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity ETF

Inception Date

2009-11-16

Asset Class

Fixed Income

Asset Class Size

Taxable Bonds

MINT Classification

Region (General)

Global

Region (Specific)

Sector

Equity Index

Leveraged Family

MINT Holdings

Top 10 Holdings

PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity Strategy Fund ETF
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Total MINT Holdings

Total Holdings: 9999

PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity Strategy Fund ETF
0%

MINT Technicals

Alpha

0.82

Beta

0.07

Leverage

Long

Standard Deviation

0.12

MINT Dividends

Dividend Date

2018-09-04

Latest Dividend

0.21

Annual Dividend

2.04

Annual Dividend Rate

2.04

Annual Dividend Yield

2.01

MINT Performance

YTD Return

0%

1 Year Return

-0.18%

3 Year Return

0.6%

5 Year Return

0.12%

10 Year Return

1.39%

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