CGW - Invesco S&P Global Water Index ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
36.53
-0.14 (-0.38%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close36.67
Open36.64
Bid0.00 x 1200
Ask0.00 x 1400
Day's Range36.51 - 36.64
52 Week Range29.76 - 36.87
Volume18,878
Avg. Volume48,069
Net Assets597.03M
NAV36.66
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield1.91%
YTD Return17.39%
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.85
Expense Ratio (net)0.62%
Inception Date2007-05-14
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Why this cheap commodity shouldn’t be overlooked, even by stock-market investors
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Why this cheap commodity shouldn’t be overlooked, even by stock-market investors

    Water is one of the cheapest commodities on the planet, and life’s most essential resource. It can also be a good investment— if you know where to look.

  • Dive Into These Water ETFs for Big Gains
    Zacks3 months ago

    Dive Into These Water ETFs for Big Gains

    Water ETFs are excellent investment options as utility operators are putting money to meet growing global demand for fresh water.

  • TheStreet.com6 months ago

    How to Invest in Water Commodities in 2019

    Take Dr. Michael Burry, played rather eccentrically by the actor Christian Bale in the 2016 film, "The Big Short." In real life, Burry invests in water and the evidence shows that he and other aqua investors are onto something. In fact, it takes 872 gallons of water to create one gallon of wine. It also takes 2,061 gallons of water to make one pound of chocolate.

  • Investopedia11 months ago

    Top 3 ETFs for Investing in Water in 2018

    The bottom line is that water is a precious and increasingly scarce commodity, so now might be the right time to consider adding it to your portfolio for long-term growth. More investment advisors are recommending commodities as a dedicated asset class to hedge other assets in your overall portfolio. If you're looking at diversifying your commodities holdings to include exposure to water, you could look at individual water utilities stocks if you have the time and inclination – or you could check out the emerging class of water exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to hedge your bets.