iShares Russell 2000 Growth Index (ETF) Received $148.27M Net Inflows After 0.00% Assets Increase

Today were published iShares Russell 2000 Growth Index (ETF)’s daily net flows. The ETF registered $148.27M asset inflows for 0.00% increase, reaching $15186.01M after yestarday’s trading session. The chart of iShares Russell 2000 Growth Index (ETF) shows positive short-term setup. In the net flows calculation is not included the performance of the etf but only share redemptions (outflows) and share purchases (inflows). Net inflows create excess cash for managers to invest, which theoretically creates demand for the etf’s holdings. The ETF increased 0.40% or $0.6 on September 28, hitting $149.92. It is down 21.62% since February 25, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 10.36% the S&P500.

The ETF’s YTD performance is 6.16%, the 1 year is 3.73% and the 3 year is 8.67%.

The ETF’s average P/E ratio is 23.72, the price to book is 3.26, the price to sales is 1.48 and the price to cashflow is 10.32. iShares Russell 2000 Growth Index (ETF) is in the ETF category: , is part of the fund family and currently has $ net assets. It was started on 1/1/0001. The fund’s top holdings are: Microsemi Corporation for 0.52% of assets, Fair Isaac Corproation Common S for 0.46%, Aspen Technology Inc. for 0.43%, Maximus Inc. Common Stock for 0.43%, HealthSouth Corporation Common for 0.42%, Take-Two Interactive Software for 0.42%, PAREXEL International Corporati for 0.41%, Bank of the Ozarks for 0.40%, Deluxe Corporation Common Stock for 0.38%, Woodward Inc. for 0.38%. The ETF sector weights are: Basic Materials 7.20%, Consumer Cyclical 15.01%, Financial Services 5.26%, Realestate 5.39%, Consumer Defensive 4.23%, Healthcare 20.78%, Utilities 0.78%, Communication Services 1.53%, Energy 0.90%, Industrials 15.54%, Technology 23.37%. The ETF currently as 0% yield.

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