First Exchange-Traded Fund VI – The First Dorsey Wright Momentum & Low Volatility ETF (DVOL) gains 0.51% for October 20
First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund VI – Shares of the First Trust Dorsey Wright Momentum & Low Volatility ETF (NASDAQ: DVOL) gained 0.51%, or $ 0.147 per share, to close at $ 29.12 on Wednesday. After opening the day at $ 28.98, shares of the First Exchange-Traded Fund VI – First Dorsey Wright Momentum & Low Volatility ETF fluctuated between $ 29.14 and $ 29.04. 2,329 shares traded hands, down from their 30-day average of 11,488. Wednesday’s activity brought the market cap of the First Exchange Traded Fund VI – First Dorsey Wright Momentum & Low Volatility ETF to 165,966 $ 958.
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