Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF company info

What does Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF do?
Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF (NYSEARCA:RDIV) is a fund designed to provide investors with exposure to the high yield segment of the U.S. equity market. This ETF aims to invest in companies that are expected to pay above-average dividends by tracking the S&P 900 Dividend Revenue-Weighted Index. The strategy focuses on companies across various sectors that have the potential for long-term revenue growth, thereby offering an attractive income stream for investors seeking dividend yield. Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF seeks to balance risk and reward by selecting companies based on their revenue, rather than their market capitalization, aiming to provide a more stable and diversified portfolio for investors. The objective is to deliver a regular dividend income along with capital appreciation over time, making it a suitable option for income-focused investors looking to enhance their portfolio's yield potential.
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Company Snapshot

Is Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF employ?

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Employees
5,013

What sector is Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF?

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Head Office
Atlanta, United States

What year was Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2013
What does Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF specialise in?
/Dividend Investing /Revenue Weighted /High Yield /Equity ETF /Income Generation /Asset Management

What are the products and/or services of Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF?

Overview of Invesco S&P Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF offerings
The ETF provides investors with exposure to high dividend-yielding companies.
It aims for consistent dividend income through investments in revenue-generating firms.
Offers diversification across various sectors to minimize risk.
Employs a revenue-weighted strategy to select companies.
Seeks to replicate the performance of the S&P 900 Dividend Revenue-Weighted Index.
Provides potential tax efficiency and lower turnover rates.