Tactical Income ETF //

as of 2019-08-16
ETF Data
Ticker FFTI
Primary Exchange BATS
CUSIP 66538H 666
Inception Date 06/06/2017
Net Assets 236,156,000.67
Shares Outstanding 9,450,000
Expense Ratio 1.00%
NAV $ 24.99
NAV Daily Change $ 0.00
Market Price $ 24.99
Market Price Daily Change $ 0.00
Premium Discount $ 0.000

Quarter End Performance History //

as of 2019-06-30
NAV Market Price
1 Month 2.22 2.05
3 Month 2.87 2.82
6 Month 7.59 7.5
1 Year 6.12 5.9
QTD 2.87 2.82
YTD 7.59 7.5
Since Inception 2.39 2.35

Top Holdings //

as of 2019-08-16
Name Symbol Net Asset % Market Price ($) Shares Held Market Value
iShares iBoxx High Yield Corporate Bond ETF HYG 18.46 % 86.1 506,393 43,600,437
SPDR BLOOMBERG BARCLAYS HIGH YIELD BOND ETF JNK 18.3 % 107.48 402,185 43,226,844
iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF TLT 12.25 % 146.13 197,955 28,927,164
iShares 7-10 Year Treasury Bond ETF IEF 11.16 % 113.61 231,956 26,352,521
iShares iBoxx $ Investment Grade Corporate Bond LQD 11.12 % 127.85 205,426 26,263,714
Vanguard Intermediate-Term Corporate Bond ETF VCIT 10.88 % 91.49 280,894 25,698,992
VanEck Vectors High-Yield Municipal Index ETF HYD 5.59 % 64.61 204,488 13,211,970
iShares Preferred & Income Securities ETF PFF 5.3 % 37.25 336,187 12,522,966
Invesco Fundamental High Yield Corporate Bond ETF PHB 5.27 % 18.9 658,801 12,451,339
US DOLLARS USD 1.95 % 1 4,600,361 4,600,361
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Portfolio holdings are subject to change and should not be considered investment advice.

ETF Description & Information //

The FormulaFolios Tactical Income ETF seeks to provide steady income by accentuating the fixed-income asset classes showing the greatest potential for stable long term returns with minimal risk. This Fund uses a proprietary investment model to rank 5 major fixed income asset classes (US treasuries, investment grade US bonds, high-yield US bonds, US aggregate bond, and international government bond) based on the strongest combination of yield spread and price momentum (higher price momentum and lower yield spreads). Following the ranking process, the three highest-ranked asset classes are allocated to the Fund, while the two lowest ranked asset classes are left out of the Fund. When few (2 or fewer) or none of the asset classes meet the model’s price momentum criteria, the Fund may invest heavily in short-term treasury bonds until more asset classes become favorable for investing.