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LVHE Legg Mason Emerging Markets Low Volatility High Dividend ETF daily Stock Chart
LVHE [AMEX]
Legg Mason Emerging Markets Low Volatility High Dividend ETF
Index- P/E- EPS (ttm)- Insider Own- Shs Outstand- Perf Week-0.81%
Market Cap- Forward P/E- EPS next Y- Insider Trans- Shs Float- Perf Month-3.35%
Income- PEG- EPS next Q- Inst Own- Short Float- Perf Quarter-3.20%
Sales- P/S- EPS this Y- Inst Trans- Short Ratio- Perf Half Y-3.72%
Book/sh- P/B- EPS next Y- ROA- Target Price- Perf Year-6.37%
Cash/sh- P/C- EPS next 5Y- ROE- 52W Range24.70 - 27.24 Perf YTD-3.70%
Dividend0.99 P/FCF- EPS past 5Y- ROI- 52W High-8.30% Beta-
Dividend %3.96% Quick Ratio- Sales past 5Y- Gross Margin- 52W Low1.13% ATR0.24
Employees- Current Ratio- Sales Q/Q- Oper. Margin- RSI (14)40.30 Volatility0.44% 0.74%
OptionableNo Debt/Eq- EPS Q/Q- Profit Margin- Rel Volume0.09 Prev Close25.16
ShortableYes LT Debt/Eq- Earnings- Payout- Avg Volume0.95K Price24.98
Recom- SMA20-1.35% SMA50-2.07% SMA200-3.14% Volume90 Change-0.72%
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The investment seeks to track the investment results of the QS Emerging Markets Low Volatility High Dividend Hedged Index. The fund will invest at least 80% of its net assets, plus borrowings for investment purposes, if any, in securities that compose its underlying index. The underlying index seeks to provide stable income through investments in stocks of profitable companies in emerging markets outside of the U.S. with relatively high dividend yields or anticipated dividend yields and lower price and earnings volatility, while mitigating exposure to exchange-rate fluctuations between the USD and currencies in which the component securities are denominated.