Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT)

Basic Info 47.74 0.15(0.31%)
April 18

Main Sector Rotation ETF started on 09/07/2017
Main Sector Rotation ETF is classified as asset class EQUITY
Main Sector Rotation ETF expense ratio is -

Main Sector Rotation ETF rating is
(96%)

Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) Dividend Info

Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) dividend growth in the last 12 months is 18.18%

The trailing 12-month yield of Main Sector Rotation ETF is 0.82%. its dividend history:

DateDividend
03/21/2024 0.05
12/21/2023 0.14
09/21/2023 0.08
06/22/2023 0.12
03/23/2023 0.06
12/22/2022 0.12
09/22/2022 0.05
06/23/2022 0.1
03/24/2022 0.06
12/22/2021 0.06
09/23/2021 0.03
06/24/2021 0.08
03/25/2021 0.1
09/23/2020 0.04
06/24/2020 0.24
03/25/2020 0.21
12/23/2019 0.05
09/25/2019 0.05
06/26/2019 0.09
03/27/2019 0.06
12/26/2018 0.24
09/26/2018 0.06
06/20/2018 0.09
03/21/2018 0.03
12/26/2017 0.09
10/04/2017 0.05


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Dividend Growth History for Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT)

Year
Payout Amount
Year End Yield
Annual Payout Growth (YoY)
CAGR to 2023
2023 $0.4 0.86% 21.21% -
2022 $0.33 0.85% 22.22% 21.21%
2021 $0.27 0.60% -44.90% 21.72%
2020 $0.49 1.40% 96.00% -6.54%
2019 $0.25 0.81% -40.48% 12.47%
2018 $0.42 1.73% 200.00% -0.97%
2017 $0.14 0.51% - 19.12%

Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) Historical Returns And Risk Info

From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the compound annualized total return (dividend reinvested) of  Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is 11.518%. Its cumulative total return (dividend reinvested) is 105.322%.

From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the Maximum Drawdown of Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is 38.1%.

From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the Sharpe Ratio of Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is 0.5.

From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the Annualized Standard Deviation of Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is 20.8%.

From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the Beta of Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is 0.93.

Last 1 Week* YTD*(2024) 1 Yr 3 Yr 5 Yr Since
09/07/2017
2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017
Annualized Return(%) -4.0 2.7 18.1 7.0 11.9 11.5 21.1 -12.8 28.9 15.7 28.1 -9.7 9.9
Sharpe Ratio NA 1.27 1.49 0.36 0.49 0.5 1.29 -0.61 1.93 0.41 2.09 -0.64 5.16
Draw Down(%) NA 2.8 9.3 21.6 38.1 38.1 9.3 21.6 5.0 38.1 6.7 20.7 1.5
Standard Deviation(%) NA 13.4 12.3 17.4 22.3 20.8 13.2 23.5 15.0 37.2 12.7 17.1 6.6
Treynor Ratio NA 0.16 0.19 0.07 0.12 0.11 0.18 -0.15 0.28 0.17 0.28 -0.11 0.32
Alpha NA -0.02 -0.01 0.01 0.0 0.0 -0.01 0.02 0.01 -0.01 0.0 -0.02 0.0
Beta NA 1.06 0.96 0.94 0.93 0.93 0.94 0.92 1.03 0.91 0.94 0.96 1.07
RSquare NA 0.88 0.9 0.94 0.82 0.83 0.93 0.96 0.9 0.74 0.87 0.91 0.83

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Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) Rolling Returns Charts

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From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the worst annualized return of 3-year rolling returns for Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is 8.48%.


From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the worst annualized return of 5-year rolling returns for Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is 9.05%.


From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the worst annualized return of 10-year rolling returns for Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is NA.


From 09/07/2017 to 04/18/2024, the worst annualized return of 20-year rolling returns for Main Sector Rotation ETF (SECT) is NA.

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