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The Anfield U.S. Equity Sector Rotation ETF (the Sector Rotation ETF or the Fund ) seeks to outperform traditional large-cap equity indices and styles over full market cycles by investing in various sectors of the equity market. The Fund is an actively managed exchange traded fund ( ETF ) that normally invests at least 80% of its net assets, including any borrowings for investment purposes, in a diversified portfolio of ETFs ( Underlying Funds ) that each invest at least 80% of their assets in U.S. equity securities. The Fund is not managed relative to an index and has broad flexibility to allocate its assets across different types of securities and sectors of the U.S. equity markets. The Fund defines equity securities to include ETFs that invest primarily in equity securities, such as common and preferred stocks. The Fund will invest primarily in large capitalization issuers, although its assets may be invested in securities of any market capitalization. Based on the Sub-Adviser s tactical investment style, the Fund will invest in Underlying Funds based on the Sub-Adviser s macroeconomic and asset cycle investing methodology that determines the rank order of equity sectors, and then makes periodic shifts to i) capitalize on market opportunities, or ii) avoid market declines. The Fund expects to hold between eight to ten Underlying Funds at any given time. The core of the Fund s portfolio will be comprised of a combination of the 11 main industry sectors that make up the S&P 500 Index, although additional positions may be included in the Fund s securities. Over- and under-weights of industry sectors are determined by the overall market and sector outlook.
Anfield US Equity Sector Rotation ETF trades on the BATS stock market under the symbol AESR.
As of March 23, 2023, AESR stock price declined to $11.50 with 5,020 million shares trading.
AESR has a beta of 0.91, meaning it tends to be less sensitive to market movements. AESR has a correlation of 0.96 to the broad based SPY ETF.
AESR has a market cap of $99.75 million. This is considered a Micro Cap stock.
In the last 3 years, AESR stock traded as high as $14.98 and as low as $7.30.
AESR has underperformed the market in the last year with a return of -13.1%, while the SPY ETF lost -11.1%. In the last 3 month period, AESR fell short of the market, returning +0.9%, while SPY returned +3.7%. However, in the most recent 2 weeks AESR has outperformed the stock market by returning -0.6%, while SPY returned -1.1%.
AESR support price is $11.37 and resistance is $11.65 (based on 1 day standard deviation move). This means that using the most recent 20 day stock volatility and applying a one standard deviation move around the stock's closing price, stastically there is a 67% probability that AESR stock will trade within this expected range on the day.