WEAT

Teucrium Wheat Fund

Down$5.12
$-0.04
(-0.78%)
As of 12:00:00 AM EDT | 4/18/19  |  Market Closed

WEAT Trading Data

Open

$5.12

Low Price

$5.08

High Price

$5.15

Previous Last Price

$5.16

Bid Size

$0 X 0

Ask Size

$0 X 0

WEAT Portfolio Data

AUM

$54,355,500

Shares

10,575

PE Ratio

0

Price / Book Ratio

0

Expense Ratio

1.74

Net Asset Value

$5.14

Volume

Volume

110,900

Avg. Volume (YDT)

143,344

Dollar Volume

$562,228

Weekly Avg. Volume

110,640

Monthly Avg. Volume

136,960

Quarterly Avg. Volume

152,187

WEAT Fund Description

The Teucrium Wheat Fund provides investors unleveraged direct exposure to wheat without the need for a futures account. WEAT provides transparency to investors by investing in a known benchmark (described below), listing all holdings nightly, and providing future roll dates. WEAT was designed to reduce the effects of rolling contracts (and contango and backwardation) by not investing in front-month (spot) futures contracts and thus limiting the number of contract rolls each year. Includes all expenses paid by the Fund, including the management fee, as presented in the Form S-1 dated July 15, 2016.

WEAT Chart

WEAT Summary

Fund Family

Teucrium Trading

Tracks This Index

Teucrium Wheat Fund

Inception Date

2011-09-19

Asset Class

Commodity

Asset Class Size

Grains

WEAT Classification

Region (General)

North America

Region (Specific)

US

Sector

Equity Index

Leveraged Family

WEAT Holdings

Top 10 Holdings

Teucrium Wheat Fund ETF (WEAT)
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Total WEAT Holdings

Total Holdings: 1

Teucrium Wheat Fund ETF (WEAT)
0%

WEAT Technicals

Alpha

-15.45

Beta

0.15

Leverage

Long

Standard Deviation

0.49

WEAT Dividends

Dividend Date

Latest Dividend

Annual Dividend

0

Annual Dividend Rate

0

Annual Dividend Yield

1.0E-5

WEAT Performance

YTD Return

-13.66%

1 Year Return

-20.74%

3 Year Return

-42.41%

5 Year Return

-69.65%

10 Year Return

-77.44%

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