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89.00
0.75
(0.85%)
At close: July 22 4:00PM
88.98
0.07
( 0.08% )
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Key stats and details

Current Price
88.98
Bid
-
Ask
-
Volume
668,261
87.92 Day's Range 89.01
70.555 52 Week Range 90.30
Market Cap
Previous Close
88.25
Open
88.49
Last Trade
50
@
88.98
Last Trade Time
18:16:40
Financial Volume
$ 59,196,125
VWAP
88.5823
Average Volume (3m)
758,804
Shares Outstanding
140,050,000
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
8.07
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
11.02
Revenue
123.69M
Net Profit
1.54B

About VanEck Morningstar Wide Moat ETF

The investment seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index. The fund normally invests at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the funds benchmark index. The index is comprised of se... The investment seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index. The fund normally invests at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the funds benchmark index. The index is comprised of securities issued by companies that Morningstar, Inc. (Morningstar) determines to have sustainable competitive advantages based on a proprietary methodology that considers quantitative and qualitative factors (wide moat companies). The fund is non-diversified. Show more

Sector
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end
Industry
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end
Website
Headquarters
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Founded
1970
VanEck Morningstar Wide Moat ETF is listed in the Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end sector of the American Stock Exchange with ticker MOAT. The last closing price for VanEck Morningstar Wide ... was $88.25. Over the last year, VanEck Morningstar Wide ... shares have traded in a share price range of $ 70.555 to $ 90.30.

VanEck Morningstar Wide ... currently has 140,050,000 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of VanEck Morningstar Wide ... is $12.36 billion. VanEck Morningstar Wide ... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 8.07.

MOAT Latest News

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PeriodChangeChange %OpenHighLowAvg. Daily VolVWAP
10.770.87291690284588.2190.387.7981846388.81099741SP
41.832.0998278829687.1590.385.6782333387.32013781SP
122.853.3089515848186.1390.384.8775880487.10853047SP
264.715.5891776432984.2790.383.23584957686.54319529SP
526.287.5937122128282.790.370.55591962882.44893484SP
15614.1518.909528264174.8390.357.2770069276.4282772SP
26039.6480.340494527849.3490.33559093370.54887807SP

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MOAT Discussion

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EL CHAPO EL CHAPO 5 years ago
Added today
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loniee loniee 9 years ago
Sorry about the BS post. need 4 to be mod to fix board
4th post
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loniee loniee 9 years ago
3rd post of 4.
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loniee loniee 9 years ago
2nd post of 4
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loniee loniee 9 years ago
Changing board to the ETF it is.
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metal guru metal guru 10 years ago
How do we go about changing this board from the now defunct Castleguard Board to Market Vectors ETF????
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TEX TEX 14 years ago
Trading suspended ---> grey when the suspension ends.
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XV19 XV19 16 years ago
wow..I thought this thing was LONG dead.
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RonnieD RonnieD 16 years ago
ok zero boardmarks and up 100% on unusual activity I picked up a few for starters will watch this starting today.

all buys as high as .05 not one sell
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XV19 XV19 16 years ago
I boat some MOAT eons ago..forgot it was even there. I think it's gone thru some R/S and stuff. I have $25 worth now ;)
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up-down up-down 17 years ago
yes and no

All I know is that every reader of cnn/money will see the MOAT story. The more eyeballs the merrier imo.
I received just the magazine in the mail yesterday, saw the story this am, and created this board.

All we need is GOOD company news. At least this is a reporting company with low AS and OS.

I have no position yet. - still DD'ing

Look at this OCTL 6mo chart - what a beautiful pump/spam job. I created that board when I received the promo in my snail-mail box

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pick em low pick em low 17 years ago
ok maybe
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up-down up-down 17 years ago
yes and no

All I know is that every reader of cnn/money will see the MOAT story. The more eyeballs the merrier imo.
I received just the magazine in the mail yesterday, saw the story this am, and created this board.

All we need is GOOD company news. At least this is a reporting company with low AS and OS.

I have no position yet. - still DD'ing

Look at this OCTL 6mo chart - what a beautiful pump/spam job

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pick em low pick em low 17 years ago
It's a spam message ABOUT MOAT, not about MOAT protecting from spam..... MOAT not a buy based on this news I don't think...
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up-down up-down 17 years ago
MOAT on front page of cnn.money.com, lol

Get outta my phone!
Spammers are getting crafty - they're sending text messages to your cell phone. But Fortune's Julie Schlosser is fighting back.
By Julie Schlosser, Fortune
February 9 2007: 6:05 AM EST


(Fortune Magazine) -- It arrived on a Tuesday morning. I flipped open my buzzing Motorola cell phone and found a text message from someone called Casey@fullrate.dk. "Hush hush wink wink," it began, "Castleguard Energy (OTC: MOAT) strikes BLACK GOLD in Wyoming. Watch the share price double, triple, more? Exxon, watch out!"

Momentarily, I felt dizzy. Then angry. Then greedy (triple? more?). Then back to angry: I had been spammed where I was least expecting it.

My first response was to retaliate. I tried sending an (unprintable) response to Casey, but it wouldn't go through. From the "dk" in his address, I assumed he was in Denmark - probably eating smoked fish and laughing at me that very moment.

Next I decided to phone Castleguard Energy to see if anyone there knew something about the message (or a new gusher in Wyoming). I looked up the company and found that it was based in Dallas, and that its shares were trading for just 7 cents. According to company filings, a gentleman named Harvey Jury is CEO, CFO, president, secretary and treasurer of Castleguard. I figured he was the guy to call.

While I waited for him to get back to me, I did a bit of research on cell phone spam. Turns out I shouldn't have been so shocked. The problem has plagued mobile-phone users in text-mad countries like South Korea and South Africa for years. The U.S. has been slower to embrace texting generally - less than half of mobile users do it, according to Forrester Research. But a survey done by the Pew Research Center last year found that 18 percent of U.S. mobile phone owners have received unsolicited text messages. Text spam is now here with a vengeance.

It's also illegal. In 2003, Congress enacted the CAN-SPAM act, which prohibits sending unwanted commercial e-mail messages to wireless devices without permission. The rules, which took effect in 2005, allow consumers to receive ads with prior consent or if a business relationship with the sender already exists.

Mobile carriers are working hard to prevent spam from driving away customers. In October my carrier, Verizon Wireless, sued some notorious spammers caught sending texts to its subscribers. But more companies are looking to your cell phone as a marketing Holy Grail - which doesn't bode well for consumers. Indeed, a few of my colleagues received their first spam text messages the same day I did.

Text spam "will certainly be a growing problem," says David Ferris of Ferris Research, which predicts U.S. consumers will receive 1.1 billion spam texts in 2007, up from 800 million last year. The good news, he says, is that "it will be much less of a problem than e-mail-based spam because in most places it costs to send [text] spam." That goes both ways. Verizon (Charts) told me Casey's message would probably cost me 10 cents. But the customer service rep did offer to put a spam block on my account.

Meanwhile, I'm still waiting for my callback from Castleguard's CEO. Maybe I'll send him a text message.

________________

MySpace sues alleged big-time spammer

From the February 19, 2007 issue

http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2007/02/19/8400173/index.htm?postversion=2007...
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Apophis Apophis 17 years ago
I am in this one now lets

start getting this moving.
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