S&P Technology Dividend Aristocrats ETF - TDV S&P Technology Dividend Aristocrats ETF

ProShares S&P Technology Dividend Aristocrats ETF seeks investment results, before fees and expenses, that track the performance of the S&P® Technology Dividend Aristocrats® Index.

  • The only ETF focusing on the S&P Technology Dividend Aristocrats—well-established, technology-related companies that have consistently raised their dividends for at least seven years.††
  • TDV’s holdings are quality names that, as a group, generally have had stable earnings, solid fundamentals, and strong histories of profit and growth.
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  • Download our brochure to see what makes dividend growth appealing to investors.
  • Download our holdings brochure to learn about the names in TDV, tech-related companies that have raised their dividends for at least seven consecutive years.

Fund Snapshot

Ticker TDV
Intraday Ticker TDV.IV
CUSIP 74347G606
Inception Date 11/5/19
Expense Ratio 0.46%
NAV Calculation Time 4:00 p.m. ET
Distributions Quarterly

Top Fund Sectors as of 1/15/21

Semiconductors 17.45%
Data Processing & Outsourced Services 16.86%
Information Technology 13.81%
Electronic Components 8.55%
Semiconductor Equipment 7.18%
Electronic Equipment & Instruments 6.61%
Technology Hardware, Storage, & Peripherals 6.25%
IT Consulting & Other Services 5.19%
Communications Equipment 5.14%
Systems Software 4.77%

Fund Characteristics as of 12/31/20

SEC 30-Day Yield 1.20%

Index Fundamentals as of 9/30/20

Index Dividend Yield (%) 1.92

Price Information as of 1/15/21

NAV $54.32
NAV Change -$0.67
Market Price Closing $54.29
Market Price Closing Change -$0.66
Daily Trading Volume 10,288
30-Day Median Bid Ask Spread 0.11%

Performance

TDV Performance Chart

Chart data from Thomson Reuters. Chart is updated nightly to reflect the more recent of the previous day's market closing price or the closing price on the day the fund was last traded. Data is delayed at least 15 minutes.

†† If fewer than 25 stocks meet the criteria, the index may include companies with shorter dividend growth histories.