Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF company info

What does Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF do?
Rbb Fund - US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF (NASDAQ:UTEN) focuses on tracking the performance and yield of the U.S. Treasury 10 Year Note. This exchange-traded fund aims to provide investors with a straightforward way to gain exposure to long-term, government-issued debt, offering potential for both income and capital appreciation. The fund's investments are concentrated in U.S. Treasury notes with a maturity of around ten years, reflecting the fund's objective to replicate the performance of its benchmark. By investing in this ETF, shareholders can expect to tap into the safety and reliability of U.S. government bonds, making it an appealing option for those looking for steady income with moderate risk.
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Is Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF employ?

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Employees
9

What sector is Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2022
What does Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF specialise in?
/Exchange Traded Fund /Government Bonds /Asset Management /Fixed Income /Investment Services /Note Investing

What are the products and/or services of Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF?

Overview of Rbb Fund- US Treasury 10 Year Note ETF offerings
Tracks 10-Year Treasury Note Index: UTEN aims to mirror the performance of the ICE BofA Current 10-Year US Treasury Index (GA10). This index tracks the performance of U.S. Treasury bonds with a maturity of approximately 10 years.
Provides Exposure to 10-Year Treasuries: By investing in UTEN, you gain exposure to the interest payments and potential price appreciation of these U.S. government bonds.
Seeks Investment Results Correlated to 10-Year Treasuries: UTEN strives to deliver returns that align with the overall performance of the 10-year Treasury note market.
Potentially Lower Volatility: Compared to the broader stock market, 10-year Treasury notes are generally considered less volatile. UTEN may offer a more stable investment option.
Monthly Dividend Payments: Unlike individual Treasury bonds that pay interest semi-annually, UTEN targets distributing dividends to investors on a monthly basis.
Exchange-Traded Convenience: Similar to a stock, UTEN trades on the Nasdaq exchange throughout the day, offering investors flexibility in buying and selling shares.