USEQInvesco Russell 1000 Enhanced Equal Weight ETF
USEQ Fund Description
USEQ tracks an equal-weighted index of stocks selected from the 1000 largest US companies. Holdings are screened for earnings, valuation and momentum.
USEQ Factset Analytics Insight
USEQ tries to avoid scraping the bottom of the barrel with fundamental and technical screens that most stocks will pass. The fund screens its Russell 1000 universe for firms with positive earnings over the past 12 months. Then, it drops 10% of the remainder with the most expensive valuations (measured by cash flow yield, earnings yield, and price/sales). Finally, it drops the 10% with the weakest momentum. The resulting portfolio typically includes most of the original 1000 names. What really skews the fund’s exposure is its equal weighting scheme which results in lower concentration thus, reducing single-name risk. The Russell 1000—though marketed as a large-cap index, may dip into US midcaps as well. Equal weighting increases exposure to those smaller firms. The index constituents are reviewed semi-annually.
USEQ MSCI ESG Analytics Insight
Invesco Russell 1000 Enhanced Equal Weight ETF has an MSCI ESG Fund Rating of A based on a score of 6.01 out of 10. The MSCI ESG Fund Rating measures the resiliency of portfolios to long-term risks and opportunities arising from environmental, social, and governance factors. ESG Fund Ratings range from best (AAA) to worst (CCC). Highly rated funds consist of companies that tend to show strong and/or improving management of financially relevant environmental, social and governance issues. These companies may be more resilient to disruptions arising from ESG events.
The fund’s Peer Rank reflects the ranking of a fund’s MSCI ESG Fund Quality Score against the scores of other funds within the same peer group, as defined by the Thomson Reuters Lipper Global Classification. Invesco Russell 1000 Enhanced Equal Weight ETF ranks in the 50th percentile within its peer group and in the 85th percentile within the global universe of all funds covered by MSCI ESG Fund Ratings.
USEQ MSCI FaCS and Factor Box
MSCI FaCS is a standard method for evaluating and reporting the Factor characteristics of equity portfolios including ETFs. The Factor Box includes 6 Factors that MSCI has identified that historically provided a return premium. On the vertical axis, the Factor Groups, are displayed and the horizontal axis displays the Factor exposure, overweight, underweight or neutral.
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USEQ Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of USEQ. USEQ is rated a 4 out of 5.
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