iShares Short Valuation Overview

NEAR -- USA Etf  

USD 50.15  0.015002  0.0299%

iShares Short Maturity maintains prevalent Real Value of $50.14 per share. The last-minute price of the etf is $50.15. At this time the etf appears to be fairly valued. Macroaxis calculates value of iShares Short Maturity from examining the etf fundamentals such as Total Asset of 3.8B, One Year Return of 1.66% and Bond Positions Weight of 83.83% as well as analyzing its technical indicators and Probability Of Bankruptcy. In general, we encourage to purchase undervalued securities and to sell overvalued securities since at some point equities prices and their ongoing real values will grow together.
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iShares Short Maturity Bond ETF is rated number one ETF in one year return as compared to similar ETFs. It is rated number one ETF in three year return as compared to similar ETFs reporting about  0.79  of Three Year Return per One Year Return. The ratio of One Year Return to Three Year Return for iShares Short Maturity Bond ETF is roughly  1.27 

Current Market Valuation

iShares Short Maturity Valuation Boundaries
Fairly Valued
June 20, 2018
50.15
Market Value
50.14
Real Value
Target Odds
  
50.32
Upside
iShares Short is not too risky asset. Calculation of real value of iShares Short Maturity is based on 1 month time horizon. Increasing iShares Short Maturity time horizon generally increases accuracy of value calculation and significantly improves predictive power of the methodology used.

Net Asset

iShares Short Net Asset Analysis
iShares Short Maturity Bond ETF is rated number one ETF in net asset as compared to similar ETFs. Total Asset Under Management (AUM) of Ultrashort Bond category is currently estimated at about 104.9 Billion. iShares Short holds roughly 3.8 Billion in net asset claiming about 4% of Ultrashort Bond category.
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