ACSI Stock Price Today (plus 21 insightful charts)



In addition to the latest American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) stock price, this page includes 21 charts that add a unique perspective to the latest stock quote.

Tip: Scroll for more… Each section in the top navigation menu typically includes more than one chart.


The American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) stock price and stock chart below provides intra-day data for the current/most recent trading day.

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To help provide a sence of the near-term trend, the following chart illustrates the daily closing price for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) over the past year.

ACSI 1-year stock price chart


For a longer-term perspective, the following chart presents price performance since 2000 (or since inception) for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI).

ACSI stock price chart


It’s been said that investors should not fight the Fed. To that end, the following chart presents the daily closing price performance for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) (blue line) as well as the S&P 500 (gray line) from the last close before the Federal Reserve began increasing the benchmark fed funds rate (March 15, 2022) to today.

ACSI Event C stock price chart


War can certainly impact people’s lives, the global order, and a fund’s performance. To that end, the following chart presents the daily closing price performance for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) (blue line) as well as the S&P 500 (gray line) from the last close before Russia fully invaded Ukraine (February 24, 2022) to today.

ACSI Event A stock price chart


The S&P 500 peaked (and entered a bear market) on January 3, 2022. So how has American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) (blue line) and the S&P 500 (gray line) performed from that significant S&P 500 peak? The following post-S&P 500 peak chart answers that question.

ACSI Event 4 stock price chart


So how has American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) (blue line) and the S&P 500 (gray line) performed from the day before inflation picked up on Febuary 10, 2021 until today? The following post-inflation chart answers that question.

ACSI Event 2 stock price chart


How much does American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) gain (or lose) in a day? The following chart illustrates how frequently certain daily price movements occur. The end result is a visual representation of the ETF’s volatility.

ACSI volatility chart


While extreme price gains are by definition rare, the following chart gives a sense of what is possible by presenting the biggest daily gains of American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) since 2000 (or since its inception).

ACSI biggest gains chart


So what were the biggest losses? The chart below answers that question by presting the biggest daily losses for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) since 2000 (or since its inception).

ACSI biggest losses chart


So how much has American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) declined from its peak? When the blue line is at 0%, the ETF is (or was) at its peak. Otherwise, it is (or was) below its peak by the amount indicated on the y-axis.

ACSI drawdown chart


The chart below illustrates the performance of American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) (blue line) and S&P 500 (gray line) during the Covid bear market.

ACSI covid bear market chart


The chart below illustrates the performance of American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) (blue line) and S&P 500 (gray line) during the financial crisis bear market.

ACSI financial crisis bear market chart



The chart below presents the relative strength of American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) as compared to the benchmark S&P 500. When the blue line in the chart is trending up, the ETF is outperforming the S&P 500 and when it is moving down it is underperforming.

ACSI relative strength chart


The following chart illustrates the relative strength of American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) as compared to the popular/tech-laden Nasdaq 100. When the blue line in the chart is moving up, the ETF is outperforming the Nasdaq 100 and when it is trending down — underperforming.

ACSI relative strength vs nasdaq 100 chart


The chart below presents the relative strength of American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) as compared to the Russell 2000 (i.e., small-cap stock index). When the blue line in the chart is working its way higher, the ETF is outperforming the Russell 2000 and when it is headed lower it is underperforming.

ACSI relative strength vs russell 2000 chart


The following chart illustrates the inflation-adjusted performance for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI). The U.S. dollar tends to lose purchasing power over time. The following chart adjusts for the ever shrinking dollar so you can see what real price gains the ETF is actually providing.

ACSI inflation-adjusted chart


So how is American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) performing when priced in that other world currency — gold? The following gold-adjusted chart ansers that question.

ACSI vs gold chart


The following chart presents the average year performance for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI). There is a season for all things. Well, at least some things.

ACSI average year chart


The chart below provides a slightly differnet perspective to seasonality. It illustrates the average year for American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) divided by the S&P 500. When the blue line is trending higher, the ETF has outperformed the S&P 500 on average during that part of the year. When the blue line is moving lower, the ETF has underperformed the S&P 500 — on average.

ACSI relative strength average year chart


Does American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI) tend to perform better on a particular day of the week? The following average weekday chart provides the answer.

ACSI average weekday chart