Skip to main content

ETF Objective

The Fund seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance of its Underlying Index, the IQ CPI Inflation Tracker Index. The Underlying Index seeks to replicate the risk-adjusted return characteristics of the Consumer Price Index.

Stock Chart

as of 4:10 PM ET 10/27/2021

Performance

  • 1 Week
  • +0.52%
  • 1 Month
  • +0.71%
  • 3 Months
  • +0.46%
  • 1 Yr Return
  • +1.41%
  • 5 Yr Return
  • +3.44%

Sector Breakdown

Technology 1.96%
Financials 1.27%
Consumer Services 0.96%
Industrials 0.79%
Health Care 0.73%
Consumer Goods 0.62%
Oil & Gas 0.26%
Basic Materials 0.25%
Utilities 0.17%
Telecommunications 0.12%

Geographic Exposure

United States 85.66%
Japan 8.34%
Unidentified 3.44%
Cayman Islands 1.83%
United Kingdom 1.67%
Australia 0.90%
Canada 0.88%
Sweden 0.48%
France 0.35%
Chile 0.29%
Ireland 0.18%
China 0.13%
Singapore 0.10%
New Zealand 0.09%
Taiwan 0.06%
Switzerland 0.06%
India 0.05%
Luxembourg 0.03%
Norway 0.02%
Brazil 0.02%
Netherlands 0.02%
Malaysia 0.01%
Thailand 0.01%
Mexico 0.01%
Russian Federation 0.01%
Hong Kong 0.01%
Korea 0.01%
South Africa 0.01%
Saudi Arabia 0.01%
Colombia 0.00%
Peru 0.00%
Bahrain 0.00%
Isle of Man 0.00%
Pakistan 0.00%
Cyprus 0.00%
Egypt 0.00%
Czech Republic 0.00%
Hungary 0.00%
Poland 0.00%
Greece 0.00%
Turkey 0.00%
Kuwait 0.00%
Bermuda 0.00%
Philippines 0.00%
Qatar 0.00%
United Arab Emirates 0.00%
Indonesia 0.00%
Romania 0.00%

Top 10 Holdings



No Top 10 Holdings Information

ETF Overview

Sponsor IndexIQ
iNav Ticker XHYG
Inception Date 10/26/2009
Name IndexIQ:Real Return
CUSIP 45409B602
Prospectus Date 08/31/2021

ETF Characteristics

Market Capitalization 56.67 B
Total Net Assets 54.90
Management Fee 0.20%
Administration Fee 0.00%
Asset Class Equity
Sub Asset Class Real Return Funds
Number Of Holdings 18
Expense Ratio 0.21
Dividend n/a
Dividend Frequency Annually

LATEST NEWS

Recent Articles from TheStreet

Edge data centres are smaller facilities, compared with the hyperscale operations run by the likes of Amazon Web Services and Google. These facilities provide cloud computing resources and cached streaming content closer to local end users. Photo: Xinhua

Cramer's Mad Money Recap 10/27: Google, Microsoft, Apple, Tesla

Jim Cramer says big tech companies in the U.S. are the best in the world, and could be even greater with clear regulation for digital commerce.

Twilio Lead

Wolfspeed, Twilio Active After Earnings

Sharp moves seen in after-hours trading for company formerly known as Cree and software and services provider Twilio.

Hong Kong Stocks Surrender Gains As Covid-19 Cases Trigger Curbs In China While Mainland Funds Retreat

Paul Price Sees Value In This Overlooked Retail Stock

Investors may be missing out on PriceSmart because it doesn't operate in the U.S.

Tesla electric vehicles are parked next to charging stations outside one of the company's showrooms in Beijing. Photo: Bloomberg

Tesla's Recent Intraday Reversal Illustrates Current Trend

Overextended names are taking some sharp hits in the markets, James 'Rev Shark' Deporre says.

Jack Ma Lead

Jack Ma Falls From First to Fifth on List of China’s Wealthy

Alibaba founder sees $23 billion of wealth disappear over last year, Alex Frew McMillan notes.