ProShares Trust 2023 Capital Gain Distributions
Dec 19, 2023
2023 Capital Gain Distributions
2023 capital gain distributions for a single ProShares ETF are set forth in the chart below.
Capital gain distributions will vary from year to year. For specific tax advice, ProShares recommends that investors consult a qualified tax professional.
|Short-Term Capital Gain ($/Share)
|UltraPro Short 20+ Year Treasury
Distributions will reduce the net assets of TTT after the close of business on Dec 19, 2023. TTT will trade ex-dividend on Dec 20, 2023.
All ETFs are required by the Internal Revenue Code to distribute substantially all of their income and capital gains to shareholders at least annually. ProShares plans to announce any fourth quarter income distributions separately.
To receive a distribution, you must be a registered shareholder of the fund on the record date. Distributions are paid to shareholders on the payable date. Past distributions are not indicative of future distributions.
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Shares of any ETF are generally bought and sold at market price (not NAV) and are not individually redeemed from the fund. Brokerage commissions will reduce returns.
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