VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF ( QQQN) Stock. Should you Buy or Sell? $ 25.91
0.39 (1.47 %)
VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF AnalysisUpdated on 10-09-2022
|Volume Avg.||$10.49 thousand|
|52 Week Range||$22.505 - $36.9|
VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF opened the day at $25.91 which is +'1.47 % on yesterday's close. VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF has a 52 week high of $36.9 and 52 week low of $22.505, which is a difference of $14.395. We like to see positive, upward trending shares, preferably with momentum. Market capitalization is $0 and total net profit is $0 which means the company is trading at nan times profit to market capitalization. Theoretically, if you were to buy VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF for $0, it would take 15 years to get your money back. VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF are in the space which will have a sweet spot and industry standard for net profit multiples.
VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF Stock Forecast - Is VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF a Buy or Sell?
Growth and Value
|Net Profit Margin||0.000|
Valuing VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF
|Price Book Value Ratio||0.000||Price To Book Ratio||0.000|
|Price To Sales Ratio||0.000||Price Earnings Ratio||0.000|
How liquid is VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF
|Debt Ratio||0.000||Debt Equity Ratio||0.000|
|Long Term Debt To Capitalization||0.000||Total Debt To Capitalization||0.000|
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About VictoryShares Nasdaq Next 50 ETF
The fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing at least 80% of its assets in securities in the index. The index is composed of the 50 largest nonfinancial domestic and international companies listed on The Nasdaq Stock Market based on market capitalization after excluding the companies included in the Nasdaq-100 Index.