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AdvisorShares Pure Cannabis ETF (YOLO)

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3.7900-0.0300 (-0.79%)
At close: 03:59PM EDT
3.7100 -0.08 (-2.11%)
After hours: 06:19PM EDT
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Previous close3.8200
Bid3.7000 x 1000
Ask4.5000 x 800
Day's range3.7301 - 3.8400
52-week range2.3610 - 4.6000
Avg. volume66,617
Net assets52.23M
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD daily total return26.43%
Beta (5Y monthly)1.54
Expense ratio (net)1.03%
Inception date2019-04-17
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Cannabis regulation: Where reform could come from in 2024

    On the backdrop of cannabis company Tilray (TLRY) — which is traded on the Nasdaq (^IXIC) but operates primarily in Canada — reporting record revenues in its fiscal second quarter of 2024, what are the prospects of marijuana regulation looking like in the 2024 presidential election? AdvisorShares Pure US Cannabis ETF Portfolio Manager Dan Ahrens — whose firm manages two cannabis ETFs (MSOS, YOLO) — comments on the hopes for cannabis reform being on 2024 ballots after administrative promises made in the past. "A lot of people expected reform when Biden first got elected and Democrats got control of the House and, sort of, the Senate," Ahrens says to Yahoo Finance. "This year we feel strongly that we're finally going to get federal reform by bypassing all those politicians and having the government agencies doing it." Click here to watch the full interview on the Yahoo Finance YouTube page or you can watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live here. Editor's note: This article was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

  • Zacks

    Cannabis ETFs Spike on Marijuana Classification Review

    Marijuana stocks spiked following the report that the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is reviewing the potential reclassification of cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule III.

  • Zacks

    SAFE Banking Act Resurgence Boosts Pot ETFs: A New Era Ahead?

    A fresh wave of investment opportunities emerges as the SAFE Banking Act is reintroduced to Congress, promising brighter prospects for marijuana stocks and ETFs.