Invesco S&P Global Water Index ETF
Will US Water Utilities See the Early-2016 Days Again?
US water utilities saw a big stock rally 1H16, rising more sharply than electric utilities. But they’ve lost most of those gains so far in 2H16.
A Key Glimpse of Water Utilities’ Total Returns in 2016
US water utilities have outperformed broader equities by a huge margin during the past year.
Are US Water Utilities Strong Investment Opportunities Right Now?
The rally in US water utilities in 2016 has been an unusual event that will be challenging to continue going forward.
Why Do Water ETFs Yield More Than Water Utilities?
Water utility ETFs (exchange-traded funds) yield roughly 100–150 basis points more than what water utility holding companies yield.
What’s Next for Water Utilities after an Exciting Rally This Year?
US water utilities have soared in the past six months, and the stocks’ 15% correction in the past couple of months has also grabbed investor attention.
What Are Institutional Investors Doing with American Water Works Holdings?
Institutional investors have decreased their positions in American Water Works (AWK) in the past couple of months.
Where Is American Water Works’ Stock Heading?
On November 11, 2016, AWK was trading at a 1.5% discount to its 50-day and 200-day moving averages.
How Is American Water Works’ Leverage Compared to Peers?
Water utilities depend heavily on debt financing due to their capital projects for the longer term, and so company leverages can be useful for investors.
Why Are Water ETFs Yielding More than Water Utilities?
Water utility ETFs (exchange-traded funds) yield approximately 100–150 basis points more than what water utility companies yield.
What Does the Correlation between Water Utilities and Crude Oil Mean?
Investors may find water utilities attractive due to their yields and stable earnings growth. However, they may not be as safe as they seem.
How Do US Utilities Compare with Their European Counterparts?
Many conservative investors are opting for utilities given their impressive yields and earnings stability.
What Do Institutional Investors Think about American Water Works?
Institutional investors increased their positions in American Water Works (AWK) in 2Q16 as compared to where they stood on March 31, 2016.
How Are American Water Works’ Sales Volumes Trending?
American Water Works (AWK) witnessed a sharp decline in its water sales volumes after 2010 despite a population increase and economic growth.
Capital Investments to Drive Growth for American Water Works
American Water Works’ (AWK) financial performance has improved in the last couple of quarters.
How Does IDEX Compare to Its Peers?
IDEX outperformed its peers based on the PE ratio and PBV ratio. The ETFs outperformed it based on the PE ratio. It’s ahead of its ETFs based on the PBV ratio.
IDEX Reported Mixed Quarterly Results in 3Q15
IDEX (IEX) has a market cap of $5.8 billion. After the earnings report in 3Q15, IDEX fell by 0.09% to close at $74.91 per share as of October 19, 2015.