RYT

Invesco S&P 500® Equal Weight Tech ETF
NYSEARCA

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220.26
-2.62
-1.18%
Closed 16:00 10/19 EDT
OPEN
223.47
PREV CLOSE
222.88
HIGH
224.47
LOW
220.07
VOLUME
14.14K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
225.22
52 WEEK LOW
135.78
TOTAL ASSET
1.85B
YTD YIELD
9.11%
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Disruptive Technologies Are Enabling The Re-Opening Economy
Sandwiched between the two extremes of the largely shut-down Stay-at-Home Economy and a fully opened New Normal Economy, the Re-Opening Economy is an uncertain, transitional phase.We have identified multiple themes that we believe play an essential role in achieving these goals, including Cloud Computing, Genomics, the Internet of Things, and Telemedicine.Though the Re-Opening Economy roughly began in July, the lack of a vaccine and continued flare-ups of COVID-19 around the world suggest that this transitional phase is likely to remain in place for an extended time frame.
Seekingalpha · 10/06 11:15
Market Implications If Equal-Weighted Vs. Cap-Weighted S&P 500 Trend Reverses
Contrary to popular belief, Equal-Weighted SPX historically outperforms Market Cap-Weighted SPX.There have been three distinct periods of Cap-Weighted outperformance including this year.The previous two periods favoring Cap-Weighted occurred at the end of speculative cycles.A review of potential relative market indicators for signaling a reversal in the prevailing trends.
Seekingalpha · 09/21 19:58
3 Reasons Why This Isn't Another 'Tech Bubble'
Investors have been on a wild ride over the past week as tech stocks plunged, dragging down major global indexes with them.Some are suggesting this is the start of another dramatic sell-off, similar to the spring of 2000, when the “tech bubble” burst. I highly doubt that.I think of this rout not so much as a correction, but as a digestion given that the NASDAQ Composite rose more than 60% from its March bottom in the course of less than six months.
Seekingalpha · 09/10 07:14
This Time Is Never Different And Why The U.S. Tech Bubble Won't Last
Market swings are like pendulums. They always go too far.But just like a pendulum, it inevitably swings back, and this time is no different.Investors using fundamental arguments to judge this market have been off for 5 years now, but the sentiment indicators, the best judge of market turning points, are flashing red.And just like the Buffett quote, what the wise man does in the beginning, the fool does in the end. The argument for tech stocks to keep surging driven by low-interest rates are no longer strong because valuations have already reflected low rates.Given the rising anecdotal evidence of sheer greed and participation from retail, we don't think this time is different and this tech bubble won't last.
Seekingalpha · 09/08 22:31
The COVID Price Compression In Technology
Markets tend to be more inefficient in the short term and more efficient in the long term.One way of thinking about this is that the information we obtain in the short term tends to be incomplete. So, investors have to make informed guesses about market prices.To be clear, this is different from the tech bubble in that most of the firms seeing the price appreciation are earning real profits.
Seekingalpha · 09/05 18:58
5 Reasons A Stock Correction May Be Imminent
The S&P 500 Index looks strong, but is becoming increasingly fragile.A correction may be imminent. How far can we expect stocks to fall?Don't fear the correction. Instead, seek to capitalize.
Seekingalpha · 09/02 14:21
As S&P 500 eyes records, traders break down moves beneath the surface
The S&P 500 is closing in on records again. But there's more happening under the surface than meets the eye.
CNBC.com · 08/06 10:55
Three tech subgroups can keep climbing despite the sector's record run, ETF analyst says
Investors should consider buying into genomics, cloud computing and video gaming ETFs as tech trades near records, Global X's Jay Jacobs says.
CNBC.com · 08/05 16:48
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Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
10 Year
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Return
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1-Month
1.1765%
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3-Month
6.6571%
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6-Month
17.2977%
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1-Year
9.1054%
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3-Year
18.7969%
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5-Year
21.3913%
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10-Year
17.9668%
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Since Inception
12.3182%
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Fund Name
Invesco S&P 500® Equal Weight Tech ETF
Risk
Medium risk
Inception Date
2006-11-01
Benchmark
NASDAQ Composite CR
Advisor Company
Guggenheim Investments
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Hubbard/Jeanette/Seisser, Team Managed