Invesco to Launch Four New Funds Tied to Flagship QQQ Tech ETF

Invesco


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is adding more Qs to its fund lineup, a wager by the world’s fourth-biggest issuer of exchange-traded products that investors’ love affair with technology stocks will continue.

The Atlanta-based asset manager will launch four new investment products tied to its flagship ETF, the

Invesco QQQ Trust

fund. At $134 billion, the Qs, as it is known across Wall Street, has grown to become one of the biggest exchange-traded products in the world and accounts for roughly 42% of Invesco’s ETF assets.

QQQ offers investors exposure to the 100 biggest nonfinancial companies listed on Nasdaq Composite Index and has proved to be a huge draw since the throes of the 2008-09 financial crisis. The four new products look to build on that popularity and help Invesco compete in an industry dominated by

BlackRock Inc.,


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Vanguard Group and

State Street Corp.

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Invesco is launching a new Nasdaq ETF to capitalize on the tech craze

In the ETF space, success begets success.



a tall building in a city: A view of NASDAQ in Times Square during the coronavirus pandemic on May 7, 2020 in New York City.


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A view of NASDAQ in Times Square during the coronavirus pandemic on May 7, 2020 in New York City.

Just look at what Invesco is doing Tuesday. It’s launching a new product, the Nasdaq Next Gen 100 ETF (QQQJ).

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It might more appropriately be called the Nasdaq 100 Junior Varsity list.

The Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ) started tracking the Nasdaq 100 Index in 1999. Since then, it’s become the fifth-largest ETF listed in the U.S., with $135 billion in assets under management.

Now, Invesco is looking to capitalize on the interest in technology and growth stocks by offering a new “junior” QQQ.

Any why not? QQQ is up nearly 40% this year. Shares outstanding are up nearly 20% since March, a sign of the exploding interest in the growth stocks the fund is famous for.

The Invesco

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