Performance & Risk: TBT


33.83up0.10 (0.30%)

 as of 4:10:00pm ET 04/25/2019

Premium / Discount to NAV as of 03/29/2019

Premium Chart
Date Average
03/2019 -0.07%
02/2019 -0.12%
01/2019 -0.04%
12/2018 0.01%
11/2018 -0.05%
10/2018 -0.02%
09/2018 -0.07%
08/2018 -0.01%
07/2018 -0.04%
06/2018 0.00%
05/2018 0.03%
04/2018 0.04%
1 Year Average-0.04%

Growth of Hypothetical $10,000 * as of 03/31/2019

Growth Chart
Date Value
03/31/2019 $2,192.84
12/31/2018 $2,385.29
12/31/2017 $2,253.41
12/31/2016 $2,709.17
12/31/2015 $2,937.72
12/31/2014 $3,106.12
12/31/2013 $5,300.05
12/31/2012 $4,188.05
12/31/2011 $4,830.26
12/31/2010 $9,839.61
12/31/2009 $13,354.72

Cumulative Total Returns As of 04/24/2019

NAV Return Market Return ICE U.S. Treasury 20+ Year Bond Index
AS OF 04/24/2019
YTD -4.11% -3.67% +2.69%
5 Day -1.79% -2.06% +0.95%
4 Week +4.41% +4.07% -1.97%
13 Week -5.50% -5.55% +3.36%
6 Month -15.13% -14.77% +9.47%
52 Week -12.69% -12.72% +8.45%

Month-End Average Annual Total Returns And Risks As of 03/31/2019

Returns Volatility (vs. Market Benchmark)
Average NAV Return Market Return Benchmark Index
(ICE U.S. Treasury 20+ Year Bond Index)
AS OF 03/31/2019
Market Benchmark
(Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index)
AS OF 03/31/2019
Alpha R2 Beta Standard
1 Year -9.15% -9.98% +6.22% +4.48% 18.47% 82.45% -5.69% 17.72% -0.69%
3 Year -3.79% -3.94% +0.54% +2.03% -1.41% 0.01% 0.00% 20.55% -0.25%
5 Year -13.44% -13.51% +5.12% +2.74% -- -- -- 23.38% -0.61%
10 Year -15.38% -15.42% +4.62% +3.76% -- -- -- 27.66% -0.57%
Life -17.80% -17.73% +5.87% +3.79% -- -- -- 28.86% -0.63%
Life as of NAV inception date: 04/29/2008   Life market returns are as of the first day the ETF traded on an exchange, which may occur a few days after the NAV inception date. Market returns are based on the closing price on the listed exchange at 4 p.m. ET and do not represent the returns an investor would receive if shares were traded at other times.

Quarter-End Average Annual Total Returns As of 03/31/2019

Return Before Taxes (pre-tax) Return After Taxes On Distribution (post tax) Return After Taxes On Distribution
& Sale of Fund Shares (liquidation)
Average NAV Return Market Return NAV Return Market Return NAV Return Market Return
1 Year -9.15% -9.98% -9.59% -10.42% -5.39% -5.88%
3 Year -3.79% -3.94% -3.96% -4.11% -2.92% -3.03%
5 Year -13.44% -13.51% -13.53% -13.60% -9.49% -9.54%
10 Year -15.38% -15.42% -15.42% -15.46% -9.19% -9.21%
Life -17.80% -17.73% -17.84% -17.78% -9.71% -9.69%
Life as of NAV inception date: 04/29/2008   Life market returns are as of the first day the ETF traded on an exchange, which may occur a few days after the NAV inception date. Market returns are based on the closing price on the listed exchange at 4 p.m. ET and do not represent the returns an investor would receive if shares were traded at other times.
Gross Expense Ratio: 0.89%

Tax-adjusted returns and tax cost ratio are estimates of the impact taxes have had on a fund. Assumes the highest tax rate in calculating and follow the SEC guidelines for calculating returns before sale of shares. Click here to learn more.


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