ETF Objective

The Fund seeks to track the investment results of the NASDAQ OMX US Water Index. The Fund invests at least 90% of its total assets in securities of companies in the water industry that comprise the Underlying Index. These companies create products designed to conserve and purify water for homes, businesses and industries.

Stock Chart

as of 4:00 PM ET 09/23/2021


  • 1 Week
  • -0.12%
  • 1 Month
  • -1.14%
  • 3 Months
  • +8.61%
  • 1 Yr Return
  • +49.79%
  • 5 Yr Return
  • +134.54%

Sector Breakdown

Industrials 63.65%
Utilities 20.51%
Technology 8.13%
Basic Materials 7.64%

Geographic Exposure

United States 94.65%
United Kingdom 3.98%
Brazil 1.01%
Canada 0.26%
Cayman Islands 0.12%
Unidentified 0.07%

Top 10 Holdings

Symbol Company Name % Of Assets
WAT Waters Corp ORD 9.01%
DHR Danaher Corp ORD 8.65%
AWK American Water Works Company Inc ORD 8.17%
ROP Roper Technologies Inc ORD 8.13%
ECL Ecolab Inc ORD 7.64%
WMS Advanced Drainage Systems Inc ORD 4.01%
PNR Pentair PLC ORD 3.98%
XYL Xylem Inc ORD 3.97%
ITRI Itron Inc ORD 3.85%
WTRG Essential Utilities Inc ORD 3.83%

ETF Overview

Sponsor Invesco
iNav Ticker KGPL
Inception Date 12/06/2005
Name Invesco Water Res
CUSIP 46137V142
Prospectus Date 08/27/2021

ETF Characteristics

Market Capitalization 37.20 B
Total Net Assets 2.04 K
Management Fee 0.51%
Administration Fee 0.01%
Asset Class Equity
Sub Asset Class Specialty/Miscellaneous Funds
Number Of Holdings 39
Expense Ratio 0.60
Dividend 0.07
Dividend Frequency Quarterly


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