FLYD

MicroSectors Travel -3x Inverse Leveraged ETN
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FLYD Fund Description

FLYD tracks -3x the daily price movements of a liquidity-weighted index of US-listed travel-related companies.

FLYD Factset Analytics Insight

FLYD provides daily 3x inverse exposure to an index of large-cap companies in the travel and tourism industry. The fund will comprise those engaged in specified segments including hotels, resorts, cruise lines, casinos and gaming, and leisure activities that meet certain requirements. Eligible securities must be listed on a US exchange, classified in the travel industry, and have a market-cap of at least 3 billion USD. Selected constituents will then be assigned a weighting in accordance with their 12-month average daily value traded, with individual capping at 25%. The index is rebalanced monthly and reconstituted quarterly. As a leveraged product with -3x factor that resets daily, FLYD is not a buy-and-hold investment and should not be expected to provide index leverage return greater than a one day period. In addition, since this is structured as an ETN, investors assume the credit risk of the Bank of Montreal.

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All returns over 1 year are annualized. All returns are total returns unless otherwise stated.

FLYD Summary Data

BMO
06/21/22
Exchange-Traded Note
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0.41%
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FLYD Portfolio Data

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FLYD Index Data

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FLYD Fund Structure

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Low
-3
Daily

FLYD Tax Exposures

20.00% / 39.60%
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FLYD Factset Analytics Block Liquidity

As of 06/30/22
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This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of FLYD. FLYD is rated a N/A out of 5.

FLYD Tradability

2,809
$70.33K
885
$22.00K
0.41%
$0.10
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