What is TUG?

TUG seeks long-term capital growth by allocating its exposure to US equity and fixed income securities based on proprietary signals. The fund is actively managed.

PERFORMANCE [as of 01/20/23] 1 MONTH 3 MONTHS YTD 1 YEAR 3 YEARS 5 YEARS 10 YEARS
TUG 2.46% -5.84% 3.09% -- -- -- --
TUG (NAV) 2.60% -5.46% 3.19% -- -- -- --
No Underlying Index -- -- -- -- -- -- --
N/A -- -- -- -- -- -- --
All returns over 1 year are annualized. All returns are total returns unless otherwise stated.

TUG Factset Analytics Insight

TUG is one of the issuer’s first ETFs. It utilizes a proprietary, quantitative model to allocate between equity exposure through the NASDAQ-100 index, and fixed income using US Treasury bonds and bills/cash equivalents. The model uses an algorithm-based signals that track shifts in price action, market volatility, and correlation across equities, fixed income, and commodities. Based on these signals, the fund’s adviser will adjust the allocations to proactively adapt to current market conditions. In this way, TUG hopes to identify which asset class provides the best opportunity for growth in light of prevailing market conditions. The fund may obtain its exposure directly, or indirectly through other ETFs. Investors should expect active and frequent trading of securities in implementing TUG’s strategy, which could result to a higher portfolio turnover rate.

TUG Summary Data

05/18/22
0.65%
$124.23M
No Underlying Index
N/A
Open-Ended Fund

Peers

N/A

Fund Flows

-$0.00B 5 Days
-$0.01B 30 Days
-$0.01B 90 Days

TUG Fund Structure

No
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N/A
N/A
Low
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N/A

TUG Tax Exposures

20.00% / 39.60%
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No

TUG Portfolio Data

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12/21/22

TUG Index Data

No Underlying Index
Proprietary
Proprietary
N/A

Factset Analytics Block Liquidity

As of 01/23/23

This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of TUG. TUG is rated a N/A out of 5.

TUG Tradability

15,129
$335.14K
12,917
$285.10K
0.34%
$0.07
-0.15%
50.00% / -0.98%
None
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25,000
0.52
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0.00%
0
$22.36
N/A

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