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The Claymore Global Shipping Index ETF (SEA) is based on the Delta Global Shipping Index, including companies that derive at least 80% of their revenues from the seaborne transport of goods or the operating and leasing of ships. The minimum market cap for a company to be included in the fund is $250 million, and a 30 day trading volume of $2 million.
SEA is country heavy in Greece (34%), the United States (17%), Bermuda (16%), and the Bahamas (11%).
The top 10 holdings in the Global Shipping Index ETF are:
  • Teekay LNG Partners (TGP) – 5.48%
  • Frontline Ltd. (FRO) – 4.89%
  • Tsakos Energy Navigation (TNP) – 4.86%
  • Diana Shipping (DSX) – 4.80%
  • Teekay Tank (TNK) – 4.26%
  • Ship Finance International (SFL) – 4.03%
  • DHT Maritime Inc. (DHT) – 3.82%
  • Knightsbridge TA (VLCCF) s– 3.78%
  • Seaspan Corp. (SSW) – 3.64%
  • Euroseas Ltd. (ESEA) – 3.60%
The fund is currently comprised of 30 companies, and has a price to earnings ratio of 6.6. The fee structure is capped at 65 basis points, and currently has total managed assets of around $5.7 million trading on the NYSE Arca exchange.

 
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#48   That’s what I? think tailwinds are showing. Been JettLoneStar 11/08/17 01:47:17 PM
#47   Time to bring the whole sector off of MWM 11/08/17 01:45:31 PM
#46   The Baltic Dry Index at 1588 is at JettLoneStar 11/08/17 01:06:58 PM
#45   SEA might be one to watch here... MWM 05/28/09 09:03:45 AM
#44   Why Shipping ETFs Could Sink or Swim frenchee 02/05/09 05:50:11 PM
#43   Shipping rates hit zero as trade sinks frenchee 01/14/09 08:21:33 PM
#42   thx clairmontasap 01/14/09 12:01:50 PM
#41   For SEA, see iBox. For BDI, it's http://www.wikinvest.com/stock/Baltic_Dry_Inde frenchee 01/14/09 11:56:10 AM
#40   looks like SEA is headed back to 9.35... frenchee 01/14/09 11:53:36 AM
#39   that is interesting clairmontasap 01/14/09 11:53:13 AM
#38   SEA has been outperforming the BDI since mid frenchee 01/14/09 11:52:12 AM
#37   BDI up...yet shippers down today...: clairmontasap 01/14/09 11:44:44 AM
#36   SEA back into the wedge... frenchee 01/10/09 12:14:17 AM
#35   keep your eye on the dollar, Europe and Market Technician 01/07/09 01:20:03 AM
#34   BDI and WTIC seem to be turning the corner... frenchee 01/07/09 12:42:47 AM
#33   hard to say, depends on $BDI and $WTIC, Market Technician 01/07/09 12:38:56 AM
#32   SEA broke the upper trend line in its frenchee 01/06/09 11:55:49 PM
#31   Next SEA target is the upper Bollinger Band frenchee 01/03/09 02:53:26 PM
#30   sea chart Market Technician 12/23/08 09:07:08 PM
#29   Hi shake, ETFMonster 12/23/08 06:28:53 PM
#28   Unless it gets a sell off in the frenchee 12/09/08 03:08:22 PM
#27   Thanks for the link MT... frenchee 12/04/08 04:37:13 PM
#26   http://shipping.capitallink.com/ Market Technician 12/04/08 04:35:24 AM
#25   Weekly Baltic Dry Index Chart frenchee 12/01/08 08:53:20 PM
#24   Frenchee, thanks for the post. Trueheart 11/16/08 03:15:22 PM
#23   Forget unemployment. Inflation. Consumer confidence. Personal Incomes… frenchee 11/16/08 11:08:58 AM
#22   Great break of the down trend line today. frenchee 10/31/08 07:08:10 PM
#21   down trend line broken today on the daily charts... frenchee 10/30/08 04:49:54 PM
#20   60-minute Renko chart went on a buy yesterday...see iBox... frenchee 10/30/08 09:55:53 AM
#19   Biggest Bubble of Them All' Is Globalization: Chart frenchee 10/24/08 11:13:18 PM
#18   Dry Bulk Shippers Foundering frenchee 10/23/08 08:40:26 PM
#17   New iBox for this relatively new global shipping ETF... frenchee 10/21/08 05:16:25 PM
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