Today Dec 8 Oppenheimer Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF (RDIV) Decreases 1.19%

Oppenheimer Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF (NYSEARCA:RDIV) has negative Dec 8 day. The ETF reached $36.44 per share after 1.19% change. It has 1.21B net assets and 1.06% volatility for the month.

Till now 351,324 shares traded hands. The avg volume is 74,010 over the last month for Oppenheimer Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF (NYSEARCA:RDIV).

The ATR of ETF is 0.4, that’s -3.77% of its 52-Week High and 13.70% of its 52-Week Low. The current year and quarter efficiency are: -0.19% and 4.54%.

Oppenheimer S&P Ultra Dividend Rev ETF has performance of 5.19% YTD, 1 year of 7.5% and 3 years of 13.64%.

The following Oppenheimer S&P Ultra Dividend Rev ETF’s ratios are: price to sales ratio is 1.23; PB ratio: 1.81; price to cashflow ratio is 9.51 and avg P/E ratio is 10.89. The biggest holdings of the fund are: General Motors Co for 6.14% of assets, Chevron Corp for 5.33%, Verizon Communications Inc for 5.19%, Exxon Mobil Corp for 5.06%, International Business Machines Corp for 4.83%, Philip Morris International Inc for 4.79%, International Paper Co for 4.68%, Duke Energy Corp for 4.38%, The Kraft Heinz Co for 4.18%, Qualcomm Inc for 3.70%. The current Oppenheimer S&P Ultra Dividend Rev ETF’s yield is 4.24%. With Basic Materials 1.50%, CONSUMER_CYCLICAL 13.58%, Financial Services 4.66%, Realestate 4.97%, Consumer Defensive 17.86%, Healthcare 1.06%, Utilities 19.24%, Communication Services 5.20%, Energy 17.36%, Industrials 4.29%, Technology 10.29% sector weights.

For more Oppenheimer S&P Ultra Dividend Rev ETF (NYSEARCA:RDIV) news announced recently go to: Seekingalpha.com, Seekingalpha.com, Etftrends.com, Etftrends.com or Investorplace.com. The titles are as follows: “S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF: 5.36% Yield – Seeking Alpha” announced on June 13, 2018, “3 Dividend ETF Ideas To Start Your Week – Seeking Alpha” on May 07, 2018, “An ETF Strategy to Target High Dividend Payers with Strong Fundamentals – ETF Trends” with a publish date: September 13, 2018, “ETFs with General Electric Down as Company Struggles with Turbine Issues – ETF Trends” and the last “The 7 Best Funds to Buy For Income Investors – Investorplace.com” with publication date: July 31, 2018.

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