What information can I gather from the asset detail page?

On the asset detail page of all stocks and ETFs, you are presented with an array of stats and figures. Check out the explanations below to know what you are dealing with.


Which asset class does the info relate to


52w high


Highest price at which the security traded in the last 52 weeks.

52w low


Lowest price at which the security traded in the last 52 weeks.

Daily high


Highest price at which the security traded intraday.

Daily low


Lowest price at which the security traded intraday.

Distribution policy 


For ETFs, there are two potential ways of dealing with investors’ distributions. While accumulating funds reinvest any potential gains (dividends or interest) and thereby generate compound interest, distributing funds do not reinvest the gains but instead distribute them to investors.

Dividend per share (20xx)


Total dividend(s) paid out in the previous year divided by total number of ordinary shares outstanding.

Dividend yield (20xx) 


The dividend yield figure (shown for the previous year) displays the amount of dividend(s) paid out per share in relation to its share price.

Earnings per share (20xx)


Earnings per share figures show how much profit the company made per share in the previous year.

Expense ratio (20xx) 


The expense ratio measures the share of invested capital that is used for managing and maintaining the fund. This capital is not invested, but is used to cover the fund’s operational expenses.

Fund size (20xx) 


Fund Size describes the amount of capital that has been invested in the fund by the end of the respective year.

Market cap 


Market Capitalisation is calculated as the number of outstanding shares multiplied by the share price. This figure generally represents the size of a company.

Net income (20xx)


Net income figure for previous year(s). This figure represents the total profit or loss a company generated within one year.

P/E ratio (20xx)


The P/E Ratio (shown for the previous year) displays the earnings-per-share value (see separate explanation) relative to the share price. By doing so, the earnings per share become more comparable.

Replication method


ETFs mirror certain indices or portfolios of assets. The replication method describes the process behind this.
Whereas full replication ETFs hold all underlying assets, sampling ETFs only hold a portion of underlying assets. Synthetical ETFs operate on derivatives rather than actual underlyings.

Revenue (20xx)


Total revenue generated by the firm in the previous year.

Volatility (1M)


Asset volatility is a statistical term and describes the price stability of an asset.
Volatility is measured on the basis of price movements over a certain period of time - the last 30 days, in our case. 

The higher an asset’s price volatility, the more the price has fluctuated.

Keep in mind

Bitpanda Stocks enables you to make fractional investments. To allow for this, Bitpanda issues a derivative contract which is backed by the underlying stock or ETF. You can read more about this here.