Invesco EQQQ NASDAQ-100 UCITS ETF USD

Name
Invesco EQQQ NASDAQ-100 UCITS ETF USD
Manager
Invesco Global Asset Management DAC
Type
Exchange traded product
ISIN
IE0032077012
Category
US Large-Cap Growth Equity
Launched
25/11/2002
OCF
0.3 %
Risk Rating
4
3 Year Sharpe
1.05
3 Year Alpha
-1.88
Yield
0.7 %
Benchmark
NASDAQ 100 NR USD
The investment seeks to track the price and performance yield, before fees and expenses, of the NASDAQ-100 index in U.S. Dollar terms. The fund will seek to replicate the index constituents and may therefore have exposure to or invest up to 20% of the net asset value of the fund in shares issued by the same body, which limit may be raised to 35% for a single issuer in exceptional market conditions.
Holding %
Amazon.com Inc 10.06 %
Microsoft Corp 10.02 %
Apple Inc 9.02 %
Alphabet Inc Class C 4.69 %
Facebook Inc A 4.41 %
Alphabet Inc A 4.12 %
Intel Corp 3.02 %
Cisco Systems Inc 2.72 %
Comcast Corp Class A 2.21 %
PepsiCo Inc 2.11 %
Region %
United States 97.66 %
Sector %
Technology 54.10 %
Consumer Cyclical 19.99 %
Healthcare 9.05 %
Consumer Defensive 6.65 %
Name
Invesco Global Asset Management DAC
Address
Frankfurt, Germany
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Not Disclosed
Joined 11/25/2002

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