The Solactive-ProShares Bricks and Mortar Retail Store Index tracks the combined performance of traditional U.S. retailers. The index is positioned to become the potential new standard by which the financial industry measures bricks-and-mortar retail.

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Solactive-ProShares Bricks and Mortar Retail Store Index

The Solactive-ProShares Bricks and Mortar Retail Store Index seeks to measure the performance of publicly traded bricks-and-mortar retail companies that rely principally on in-store sales.

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Daily Index Price Total Returns as of 07/13/2018
Index TickerDailyWeeklyYTDSince InceptionIndex Inception Date
SOEMTYTR.68%-1.65%3.21%21.85%11/13/17


Month-End Index Price Total Returns as of 06/30/2018
Index Ticker1 MonthYTDSince InceptionIndex Inception Date
SOEMTYTR6.12%3.47%22.17%11/13/17

The chart above shows performance of the Solactive-ProShares Bricks and Mortar Retail Index. The performance quoted above represents past performance and does not guarantee future results.

Intraday times are shown in Eastern Standard Time. Data provided by Thomson Reuters (Markets) LLC.

As of 2018/07/16 16.45.04

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The Disruption Story

The rise of e-commerce is one of the most disruptive trends in the U.S. economy, and it's fundamentally reshaping U.S. retail.

Traditional/legacy retailers that rely on in-store sales are most vulnerable.

This consequential shift has implications far beyond these individual companies - for our economy, jobs and public policy. Yet, it's been hard to quantify or measure. Until now.

The Solactive-ProShares Bricks and Mortar Retail Store Index seeks to track the combined performance of this basket of retail companies and will, for the first time, provide a snapshot of how the market views the health of these retailers.

The Index is composed of the leading names in the U.S. retail sector that get a majority of their retail revenue from in-store sales.

These retailers are most vulnerable to the disruptive growth of online retail broadly and Amazon specifically given their reliance on sales at physical store locations and the over-abundance of store space.

By tracking the performance of these companies, the Index gives investors, corporate decision-makers, policymakers and other market observers a new tool to track the reshaping of the U.S. retail sector in real-time.