PBS - Invesco Dynamic Media ETF

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
31.18
-0.01 (-0.03%)
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Previous Close31.19
Open31.16
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range31.12 - 31.18
52 Week Range26.83 - 35.17
Volume7,048
Avg. Volume16,157
Net Assets48.64M
NAV31.28
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.40%
YTD Daily Total Return10.06%
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.97
Expense Ratio (net)0.63%
Inception Date2005-06-23
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  • CBS, Viacom to Merge: Media ETFs in Focus
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    CBS, Viacom to Merge: Media ETFs in Focus

    After months of negotiations, CBS and Viacom have finally agreed to an all-stock merger, which will lead to the creation of a combined company with more than $28 billion in revenues.

  • Should You Stay Shy Of These ETFs on Disney's Q3 Miss?
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    Should You Stay Shy Of These ETFs on Disney's Q3 Miss?

    Disney reports disappointing Q3 earnings results. Let's take a look at a few ETFs with high exposure to the global media and entertainment company.

  • Sign In to Social Media ETFs as Twitter Soars on Q2 Results
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    Sign In to Social Media ETFs as Twitter Soars on Q2 Results

    Twitter reported upbeat results in the second quarter of 2019 and put these ETFs in focus.

  • Tap Disney's Roaring Box Office Success With These ETFs
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    Tap Disney's Roaring Box Office Success With These ETFs

    Walt Disney continued to dominate the film industry with a blockbuster opening weekend from The Lion King and a new milestone set by Avengers: Endgame.

  • Netflix Posts Q2 U.S. Subscriber Loss: ETFs to Watch
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    Netflix Posts Q2 U.S. Subscriber Loss: ETFs to Watch

    Netflix disappointed investors by losing U.S. subscribers for the first time in eight years and missing targets for overseas customer.

  • Best & Worst ETFs Halfway Through July
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    Best & Worst ETFs Halfway Through July

    We have highlighted the best and the worst-performing ETFs halfway through the month.

  • Consumer Sentiment Jumps to 15-Year High: ETFs to Buy
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    Consumer Sentiment Jumps to 15-Year High: ETFs to Buy

    Rising consumer confidence bodes well for household spending in the coming months, and is expected to have a positive impact on the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending.

  • ETFs to Gain on Disney's Strong Earnings
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    ETFs to Gain on Disney's Strong Earnings

    Disney surpasses expectations for fiscal second quarter, puts the spotlight on ETFs with strong exposure to the company.

  • ETF Trends

    5 Best Sector ETFs for April

    The month of April saw more strength for U.S. equities as the markets were boosted by more optimism coming from the Commerce Department with the U.S. economy rebounding in the first quarter, beating analysts’ ...

  • Disney ETFs in Focus Ahead of Q2 Earnings
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    Disney ETFs in Focus Ahead of Q2 Earnings

    With Disney scheduled to release Q2 earnings soon, we discuss some ETFs with high exposure to this media and entertainment company.

  • 5 Sector ETFs That Beat the Market in April
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    5 Sector ETFs That Beat the Market in April

    The gains are broad-based with a few sector ETFs easily outperforming the market in April.

  • ETF Trends

    Can Disney Give These 3 ETFs Fairy Tale Gains?

    Amid a wall of worry surrounding first quarter-earnings pessimism and slowing global growth, there was a Cinderella story to be had as shares of Walt Disney Corp rose over 1 percent. Disney stock has been shackled to a range of $100 to $120 the last four years, but it appears the company is ready to break free with its latest moves toward being a multimedia powerhouse. An $81.2 billion move at 21st Century Fox just added networks like National Geographic and FX to help bolster Disney's current lineup of ABC, ESPN, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars.

  • Basket These 5 ETFs to Tap March Madness
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    Basket These 5 ETFs to Tap March Madness

    These ETFs are expected to benefit from the March Madness and the huge revenue generation scope for media, advertisers as well as casinos.

  • Follow Loeb's 13-F Disclosure With ETF & Stock Strategies
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    Follow Loeb's 13-F Disclosure With ETF & Stock Strategies

    If you want to copy Loeb???s investing theme, you may follow these ETF and stock strategies.

  • Time to Tap Disney ETFs Post Earnings?
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    Time to Tap Disney ETFs Post Earnings?

    If you like Disney earnings and its restructuring measures, you can bet on these ETFs.

  • Twitter Hit by Weak Guidance: Buy the Dip With ETFs?
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    Twitter Hit by Weak Guidance: Buy the Dip With ETFs?

    Twitter's fourth-quarter earnings beat estimates. Weak revenue guidance and chances of cost increases in 2019 weighed on the stock and ETFs.

  • Netflix Falls on Weak Guidance: ETFs to Watch
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    Netflix Falls on Weak Guidance: ETFs to Watch

    The beaten down price of Netflix could be a solid entry point for investors given its dominance in streaming service. We have highlighted five ETFs with a higher allocation to this firm.

  • ETF Trends

    Nasdaq Rallies, Fueling “TECL” Leveraged ETF

    The Nasdaq Composite rose 1.7 percent on Tuesday as shares of Netflix soared 6.5 percent after it announced it would raise its prices for streaming services. The rally in tech fueled the Direxion Daily ...

  • ETF Trends

    Nasdaq Up 1% as Netflix Soars 6% on Pricing Changes

    The Nasdaq Composite rose as much as 1 percent on Tuesday as shares of Netflix soared 6 percent after it announced it would raise its prices for streaming services. Overall, prices went 13 to 18 percent higher--the online streaming service company's biggest price jumps in over 10 years. Exchange-traded funds with exposure to Netflix were higher.

  • Top Performing Consumer Discretionary ETFs in 2018
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    Top Performing Consumer Discretionary ETFs in 2018

    Consumer discretionary stocks, of those companies which offer goods and services which are desirable to consumers when they have sufficient means, were able to ride out some of the overall downward pressures on the stock market in late 2018. While many sectors plummeted in the final weeks of the year as a result of increasing trade tensions, geopolitical events and more, consumer discretionary companies were more likely than many of their rivals to see a boost from holiday shopping. For investors interested in broad exposure to the consumer discretionary space, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) remain a strong option.