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ProShares Inflation Expectations ETF Quote & Summary Data

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RINF 
$28.8897
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Previous Close "Previous Close" is the previous trading day's last reported trade price during official trading hours. $ 28.88
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Beta "Beta" is a volatility measurement of a stock mutual fund or ETF versus a comparable benchmark like the S&P 500 stock index. A stock fund or ETF with a higher beta than the S&P 500 will rise or fall to a greater degree. In contrast, a stock fund or ETF with a low beta will rise or fall less. 0

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ProShares 30 Year TIPS/TSY Spread (the Fund) seeks investment results, before fees and expenses, that track the performance of the Dow Jones Credit Suisse 30-Year Inflation Breakeven Index (the %u201CIndex%u201D). The Index (Bloomberg Ticker DJCSIN30) tracks the performance of long positions in the most recently issued 30-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) bond and durationadjusted short positions in U.S. Treasury bonds of the closest maturity. The difference in yield (or spread) between these bonds (Treasury yield minus TIPS yield) is commonly referred to as a breakeven rate of inflation (BEI). The BEI is considered to be ameasure of the market expectations for inflation over the next thirty years. The Index (and the Fund) is designed to appreciate as the BEI increases. An increase in the BEI occurs if: (1) the yield on Treasurys rises (i.e., the price of the Treasurys decreases) relative to the yield on TIPS; or (2) the yield on TIPS falls (i.e., the price of the TIPS increases) relative to the yield on Treasurys. Conversely, the Index (and the Fund) is designed to depreciate if the BEI decreases. A decrease in the BEI occurs if: (1) the yield on Treasurys falls (i.e., the price of the Treasurys increases) relative to the yield on TIPS; or (2) the yield on TIPS rises (i.e., the price of the TIPS decreases) relative to the yield on Treasurys. The level of the Index (and the Fund) will fluctuate based on changes in the value of the underlying bonds, which likely will not be the same on a percentage basis as changes in the BEI. The Index is not designed to measure the realized rate of inflation, nor does it seek to replicate the returns of any index or measure of actual consumer price levels. Unlike many traditional bond funds, the Fund is not designed to provide a steady stream of income.


Underlying Index Dow Jones Credit Suisse 30-Year Inflation Breakeven Index
Management Fee 0.75
Asset Class multi-asset
Leverage 1

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