Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF company info

What does Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF do?
Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF (NYSEARCA:POWA) focuses on investing in a diverse mix of American companies that demonstrate strong potential for pricing power—the ability to raise prices without losing customers—across various sectors. By tracking the Bloomberg US Dynamic Balance Index II, POWA seeks to offer investors exposure to businesses that have been identified to possess robust pricing strategies, which could lead to potentially higher profit margins and sustained growth. The ETF's strategy is predicated on the belief that companies with this capability are better positioned to navigate inflationary pressures and economic cycles, making it an attractive option for investors looking to mitigate risk while seeking growth. PWRP's operations underline its commitment to identifying and investing in high-potential companies that are poised to outperform in challenging market conditions.
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Is Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF employ?

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Employees
5,024

What sector is Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF?

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Head Office
Atlanta, United States

What year was Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2006
What does Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF specialise in?
/Exchange-Traded Fund /Risk Management /Investment Services /Liquid Assets /Portfolio Diversification /Capital Growth

What are the products and/or services of Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF?

Overview of Invesco Bloomberg Pricing Power ETF offerings
Tracks Pricing Power Index: POWA tracks the Bloomberg Pricing Power Index. This index focuses on US large and mid-capitalization companies that the index provider believes can maintain stable profit margins across various market conditions.
Selection Based on Profit Margin History: The index selects companies with a history of consistent gross profit margins over the past five years.
Passive Management: POWA passively follows the composition of the underlying index. The fund holds the same companies as the index, in similar proportions. There's no active selection of stocks by fund managers.
Diversification: By design, POWA offers diversification across US companies from various sectors, but with a focus on those exhibiting pricing power. This can help spread risk and potentially improve portfolio stability.
Potential for Capital Appreciation: POWA offers the potential for capital appreciation through the growth of the underlying companies.
Focus on Stable Profits: The core objective of POWA is to track an index that prioritizes companies with a history of consistent profit margins, aiming for steadier returns compared to the broader market.