PNQI - Invesco NASDAQ Internet ETF

NasdaqGM - NasdaqGM Real Time Price. Currency in USD
134.22
-1.46 (-1.08%)
As of 10:31AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close135.68
Open135.77
Bid135.11 x 900
Ask135.21 x 800
Day's Range134.22 - 135.77
52 Week Range102.26 - 144.17
Volume1,493
Avg. Volume16,373
Net Assets570.88M
NAV135.13
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.00%
YTD Return23.02%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.36
Expense Ratio (net)0.60%
Inception Date2008-06-12
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • ETF Trends

    3 ETFs to Consider After Netflix’s Dismal Q2 Earnings

    Following its second-quarter earnings report, shares of Netflix were down as much as 11 percent after the online streaming company only added 2.7 million subscribers, which was almost half of the 5 million that analysts were expecting. Speaking on its fall in subscribership, Netflix cited the entrance of new competitors to the streaming space with Apple and Disney joining the fray.

  • Facebook Likely to Beat in Q2: 9 ETFs to Buy
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    Facebook Likely to Beat in Q2: 9 ETFs to Buy

    These ETFs would be the potential movers if Facebook comes up with a positive earnings surprise.

  • ETF Trends

    Netflix Earnings: 3 ETFs to Watch After Dismal Q2 Earnings

    Shares of Netflix were down as much as 11 percent after the online streaming company only added 2.7 million subscribers, which was almost half of the 5 million that Wall Street analysts were expecting. During its first-quarter earnings report, Netflix did address the entrance of new competitors to the streaming space with Apple and Disney joining the fray.

  • ETF Trends

    Ebay Surprises With Q2 Earnings

    EBay Inc. shares are up 3 percent today after the company beat earnings expectations on Wednesday afternoon. Ebay reported second-quarter net income of $402 million, or 46 cents a share, compared with $642 million, or 64 cents a share, in the same period last year. EBay stock has been a top performer this year, gaining 39% this year, beating the S&P 500 index which is up 20%.

  • 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.

  • 5 Nasdaq ETFs for Tantalizing Tech Investments — Besides the QQQ
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    5 Nasdaq ETFs for Tantalizing Tech Investments — Besides the QQQ

    When it comes to the Nasdaq Composite and Nasdaq-100 indexes, many investors think of growth stocks, including those from communication services, consumer and technology sectors. In fact, those three sectors combine for more than 82% of the Nasdaq-100 Index's roster.And when it comes to Nasdaq exchange traded funds (ETFs), the Invesco QQQ (NASDAQ:QQQ) is the dominant name. Home to $74.56 billion in assets under management, QQQ is one of the largest ETFs in the world.While Nasdaq is known as one of the world's largest operator of equity exchanges, the company has been a force in the indexing world dating back to the early 1970s.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips"Nasdaq calculates more than 40,000 diverse indexes, providing coverage across asset classes, countries and sectors," according to the company. * 7 Dependable Dividend Stocks to Buy That means in addition to QQQ, there are plenty of compelling Nasdaq ETFs out there, including some appropriate for investors seeking robust technology sector exposure. Here are some Nasdaq ETFs to consider beyond the famed QQQ. Invesco DWA NASDAQ Momentum ETF (DWAQ)Source: Shutterstock Expense ratio: 0.60% per year, or $60 on a $10,000 investment.The Invesco DWA NASDAQ Momentum ETF (NASDAQ:DWAQ) is a Nasdaq ETF that can be used as an alternative or complement to the aforementioned QQQ. DWAQ's underlying benchmark is the Dorsey Wright NASDAQ Technical Leaders Index."The Index is comprised of approximately 100 securities from an eligible universe of approximately 1,000 securities of large capitalization companies from the NASDAQ US Benchmark Index. All securities in the universe are ranked using a proprietary relative strength (momentum) measure," according to Invesco.DWAQ is a fine idea for investors looking for growth exposure because more than 83% of the fund's holdings are large-, mid- and small-cap growth stocks. Additionally, this Nasdaq ETF is a valid consideration for investors looking to overweight technology stocks as DWAQ allocates more than 31% of its roster to that sector. ProShares Equities for Rising Rates ETF (EQRR)Source: Shutterstock Expense ratio: 0.35%The ProShares Equities for Rising Rates ETF (NASDAQ:EQRR) by its very name would seem to imply it is not useful at a time when the Federal Reserve is reportedly mulling interest rate cuts. However, this Nasdaq ETF is still up nearly 10% year-to-date and is a sensible option for investors looking for a Nasdaq ETF with reduced tech exposure.EQRR, which is nearly two years old, tracks the Nasdaq U.S. Large Cap Equities for Rising Rates Index. The aim of this Nasdaq ETF is to provide exposure to "sectors that have had the highest correlations to 10-Year U.S. Treasury yields and within those sectors, the stocks that have had a strong tendency to outperform as rates rise," according to ProShares. * 7 Short Squeeze Stocks With Big Upside Potential Giving EQRR something of a value tilt, the fund devotes over 36% of its combined weight to the financial services and industrial sectors, indicating that it can mitigate some of the volatility associated with other growth-heavy Nasdaq ETFs. First Trust Nasdaq Artificial Intelligence and Robotics ETF (ROBT)Source: Shutterstock Expense ratio: 0.65%The First Trust Nasdaq Artificial Intelligence and Robotics ETF (NASDAQ:ROBT) is a prime example of a thematic ETF and the theme offers ample long-term potential. ROBT, which is nearly a year and a half old, targets the Nasdaq CTA Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Index and holds 95 stocks. This Nasdaq ETF places plenty of competition, but ROBT is compelling avenue to robtics investing.ROBT features exposure to three segments of the artificial intelligence and robotics universe -- companies the issuer deems to be enablers, engagers and enhancers. Engagers command 60% of ROBT's index while enablers garner 25% and enhancers land at 15%. Robotics ETFs usually feature exposure to multiple sectors, but ROBT is applicable for tech investors because the Nadaq ETF devotes 61% of its weight to that sector.Industry observers expect big growth for the themes represented in ROBT. Global robotics spending could swell to almost $231 billion by 2021, according to IDC while artificial intelligence could command $15.7 trillion of the global economy by 2030. Invesco NASDAQ Internet ETF (PNQI)Expense ratio: 0.60%With the Nasdaq being home to so many of the largest most venerable internet companies, it makes sense that there would be a dedicated Nasdaq ETF for those stocks, That fund is the Invesco NASDAQ Internet ETF (NASDAQ:PNQI), which tracks the NASDAQ Internet Index.There is plenty of competition in the internet ETF arena, but PNQI has been admirable performer, returning more than 83% over the past three years. Plus, this Nasdaq ETF is by no means small as highlighted by its $570.1 million in assets under management. * 5 EV Stocks to Buy for Big Gains Over the Next Decade What makes this Nasdaq ETF interesting relative to traditional internet ETF competitors is that mixes U.S. and international companies whereas competing funds usually focus on domestic or ex-US stocks, not both. Led by Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), four of PNQI's top 10 holdings are ex-US companies. In fact, PNQI has been a better than some rival funds that only focus on international internet companies. First Trust Nasdaq Semiconductor ETF (FTXL)Source: Shutterstock Expense ratio: 0.60%There are a few semiconductor funds out there, but the First Trust Nasdaq Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:FTXL) is one of the more overlooked members of that group, but this Nasdaq ETF is a way for investors to access a unique weighting methodology for chip stocks.FTXL's underlying index is the Nasdaq US Smart Semiconductor Index. That benchmark uses growth, value and volatility as barometers for stock inclusion. That means that over longer holding periods, this Nasdaq ETF's returns could differ significantly from traditional chip funds.The median market value of FTXL's 30 components is $14.5 billion, indicating the fund leans toward smaller chip names, but even with that, the fund trades at favorable multiples relative to basic small-cap index funds. And even with the size bias, FTXL remains home to some of the largest semiconductor stocks. FTXL is up nearly 26% year-to-date.Todd Shriber does not own any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Dependable Dividend Stocks to Buy * 10 Stocks Driving the Market to All-Time Highs (And Why) * 7 Short Squeeze Stocks With Big Upside Potential The post 5 Nasdaq ETFs for Tantalizing Tech Investments -- Besides the QQQ appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Tech ETFs Plummet on Antitrust Scrutiny Fears
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    Tech ETFs Plummet on Antitrust Scrutiny Fears

    Technology sector took a hit badly in yesterday's trading session on antitrust scrutiny concerns that wiped out more than $133 billion from the market value of the four technology giants.

  • ETFs to Soar After Facebook's Solid Q1 Results
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    ETFs to Soar After Facebook's Solid Q1 Results

    ETFs having a larger allocation to Facebook are poised to surge post solid results.

  • Facebook ETFs in Focus Ahead of Q1 Earnings
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    Facebook ETFs in Focus Ahead of Q1 Earnings

    Facebook has gained nearly 21% over the past three months. The strength is expected to continue given that Facebook has a reasonable chance of beating earnings estimates this quarter.

  • ETF Trends

    Netflix Earnings: 3 ETFs React to First-Quarter Beat

    Shares of Netflix were up as much as 2 percent at Wednesday’s open after the online streaming company bested Wall Street expectations on earnings, revenue and subscribership for the first quarter. First-quarter ...

  • Netflix Beats, Guides Lower: ETFs in Focus
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    Netflix Beats, Guides Lower: ETFs in Focus

    While Netflix's stronger-than-expected subscriber growth cheered investors, its bleak guidance spread pessimism.

  • ETF Trends

    Shares of Lyft Hit Fresh Lows 2 Weeks After IPO Debut

    Shares of ridesharing company Lyft hit fresh lows on Wednesday, falling as much as 6 percent as skepticism regarding its valuation continues to put downward pressure on its stock price. After debuting with an opening price of $72, Lyft continues to struggle with analyst downgrades early on in its publicly-traded existence. Lyft was already in a tenuous position prior to its IPO debut--according to S&P Global Market Intelligence, Lyft posted a loss of $911 million in 2018, making it the most any U.S. startup has lost in the 12 months leading up to its IPO. Lyft did post a record $2.16 billion in revenue, but according to Ilya Strebulaev, a Stanford University business professor who studies late-stage startups, that doesn’t necessarily translate to success once going public.

  • Pinterest Tones Down IPO Pricing: Will These ETFs Benefit?
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    Pinterest Tones Down IPO Pricing: Will These ETFs Benefit?

    Probably taking cues from the Lyft IPO debacle, Pinterest has toned down its IPO pricing. This might help the company maintain its IPO price once public, benefitting these ETFs.

  • ETF Trends

    Lyft Continues to Struggle as Analyst Forecasts 40 Percent Drop

    After debuting last week with an opening price of $72, Lyft continues to struggle with a 3 percent drop on Tuesday with analyst downgrades putting pressure on the ridesharing company early on in its publicly-traded existence. Michael Ward, an analyst at Seaport Global Securities, issued Lyft a sell rating and a 12-month price target of just $42 a share--a drop of over 40 percent from its opening price. Ward cites the company's valuation as a cause for skepticism.

  • ETF Trends

    Lyft Falls, But “IPO” Gains: A Case for Choosing ETFs Over Stocks

    In only its second day of trading, the Lyft IPO fell 10 percent, falling below its initial $72 per share offering while the Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO) gained 1.20 percent--a prime example for choosing ETFs over individual stocks in a hit-or-miss IPO sector. IPO is up over 31 percent year-to-date. Its top holdings speak to the diversity of its portfolio, which includes Elanco Animal Health, VICI Properties, Spotify Technology, and Okta--all from various sectors.

  • ETF Trends

    ‘IPO’ ETF Taking Off While Most IPOs are Sputtering

    The Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO) is up 30.37 percent year-to-date, which might mean that initial public offerings (IPOs) are in a good place, but the record for startups hitting Wall Street show that most typically sputter. The company is expected to make its IPO available this week and in the long-term, hopefully buck a trend that doesn't favor IPOs. According to S&P Global Market Intelligence, Lyft posted a loss of $911 million in 2018, making it the most any U.S. startup has lost in the 12 months leading up to its IPO.

  • Lyft IPO May Lift These ETFs
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    Lyft IPO May Lift These ETFs

    If successful, Lyft IPO may push up these ETFs.

  • Top-Performing ETFs Of The 10-Year Bull-Run
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    Top-Performing ETFs Of The 10-Year Bull-Run

    Learn more about the ETFs that crushed the broad indexes during the ten-year bull-run.

  • Bet on These 6 Internet Software Stocks to Gain in 2019
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    Bet on These 6 Internet Software Stocks to Gain in 2019

    Internet software stocks are well poised to benefit from rapid adoption of the SaaS delivery model. Here we pick six Internet software stocks with promising fundamentals.

  • Internet ETFs & Stocks Top Bull Market: Will the Rally Continue?
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    Internet ETFs & Stocks Top Bull Market: Will the Rally Continue?

    Internet stocks and ETFs have had a stellar run in the 10-year old bull market. Will these maintain the winning momentum?

  • Stock Market Today: Strong Earnings Boost Retailers
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    Stock Market Today: Strong Earnings Boost Retailers

    Target and Kohl's reported strong holiday sales as growth strategies took hold.

  • eBay vs. PayPal ETFs: Which to Pick After Q4 Earnings?
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    eBay vs. PayPal ETFs: Which to Pick After Q4 Earnings?

    eBay is cashing in on its structured data and artificial intelligence strength while PayPal is focusing on inorganic growth via several partnerships. Are ETFs better options to play the stocks?

  • Facebook Jumps on Solid Q4 Results: ETFs Set to Surge
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    Facebook Jumps on Solid Q4 Results: ETFs Set to Surge

    As Facebook cheered Wall Street with robust fourth-quarter 2018 results, ETFs with higher allocation to this firm are poised to surge.

  • A Pack of ETFs to Buy for 2019 (Revised)
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    A Pack of ETFs to Buy for 2019 (Revised)

    We have highlighted a pack of ETFs that are poised to outperform in 2019 given the current trends.

  • 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.