The investment seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield (before the fund's fees and expenses) of an equity index called the Nasdaq US Smart Food & Beverage Index.
The fund will normally invest at least 90% of its net assets (including investment borrowings) in common stocks that comprise the underlying index. The underlying index is designed to select food and beverage stocks from the NASDAQ US Benchmark Index based on a ranking methodology of three price factors which aims to select companies. The fund is non-diversified.
Stock Price Prediction
Update at 5:00pm EST
23.034 - 23.102
23.102 - 23.178
21.965 - 22.048
22.048 - 22.14
22.027 - 22.149
22.149 - 22.287
as of: 2020-02-14 4:28:59 PM
Stoxline posted a BUY today, same as yesterday. Upward movement continues.
Price and moving averages has closed above its Short term moving average. Short term moving average is currently below mid-term; AND above long term moving averages. From the relationship between price and moving averages; we can see that: This stock is NEUTRAL in short-term; and NEUTRAL in mid-long term.FTXG has closed below upper band by 5.1%. Bollinger Bands are 1.8% wider than normal. The current width of the bands does not suggest anything about the future direction or movement of prices.
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