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DURA
VanEck Vectors Morningstar Durable Dividend ETF

Fund Description

VanEck Vectors Morningstar Durable Dividend ETF (DURA®) seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the Morningstar® US Dividend Valuation IndexSM (MSUSDVTU), which is intended to track the overall performance of high dividend yielding U.S. companies with strong financial health and attractive valuations according to Morningstar.

 
 

  • Fund Ticker

    DURA
  • Exchange

    Cboe
  • ETF Structure

    Physical
  • Administrator

    Van Eck Associates
  • Custodian

    State Street Bank and Trust Company
  • Index Ticker

    MSUSDVTU
  • Index Reconstitution

    Semi-Annually

 
as of 01/15/21

  • 30-Day SEC Yield1

    3.51%
  • Total Net Assets

    $40.8M
  • Number of Holdings

    53
  • Options

    Expected
  • Gross Expense Ratio2

    1.14%
  • Net Expense Ratio/TER2

    0.29%
  • Distribution Frequency

    Quarterly
Why Invest?

Fundamentals
as of 12/31/20

  • Weighted Average Market Cap

    $142.3B
  • Price/Earnings Ratio
    (Last 12 Months)*

    22.55
  • Price/Book Ratio
    (Last 12 Months)*

    3.19
*A weighted harmonic average is used to calculate this metric. Price/Book Ratio is the price of a security divided by the book value per share of the security. Price/Earnings Ratio is the price of a security divided by the last twelve months earnings per share of the security.

Market Capitalization (%)
as of 12/31/20

  • Capitalization

    % of Net
    Assets ($)
  • Large (>$5.0B)

    99.5%
  • Mid ($1.0 - $5.0B)

    0.8%
  • Small (<$1.0B)

    0.0%
This breakdown represents what percentage of the ETF's assets represent large/mid/small-sized companies. The market capitalization of an individual, publicly traded company is calculated by multiplying the company's stock price by the total number of its shares outstanding.

3-YR Risk Measures

  • Beta vs. S&P 500 Index

    --
  • Correlation vs. S&P 500 Index

    --
  • Volatility (Standard Deviation)

    --
  • Sharpe Ratio

    --

Source: VanEck, FactSet.

Beta is a measure of sensitivity to market movements. Correlation measures the extent of linear association between the ETF performance and the index performance. Volatility is the annualized standard deviation of the ETF's monthly returns. Sharpe ratio measures risk-adjusted return, and represents the ETF's return less the risk free rate divided by the standard deviation. See S&P 500 Index definition.5

Country Weightings (%) as of 12/31/20

  • Country

    % of Net Assets
  • United States

    99.86
  • United Kingdom

    0.41
  • Other/Cash

    -0.26

Portfolio Composition (%)
as of 01/14/21

  • % of Net Assets
  • Stocks

    100.07
  • Bonds

    0.00
  • Other

    0.00
  • Cash

    -0.07

Sector Weightings (%) as of 12/31/20

  • Sector

    % of Net Assets
  • Health Care

    27.1
  • Consumer Staples

    21.2
  • Utilities

    12.4
  • Industrials

    12.4
  • Financials

    9.8
  • Communication Services

    9.3
  • Consumer Discretionary

    4.1
  • Information Technology

    3.3
  • Materials

    0.4
  • Energy

    0.2
  • Other/Cash

    -0.3

Currency Exposure (%)
as of 12/31/20

  • U.S. Dollar

    100.26
  • Other/Cash

    -0.26