You can help build a better America with an investment in municipal bonds (bonds issued by municipalities to finance projects such as schools, roads and hospitals). Through one convenient investment in a unit investment trust, you can own a defined, diversified basket of municipal bonds.
Take advantage of federal tax-exempt investments through a convenient and efficient way of purchasing a professionally selected and diversified portfolio of quality municipal bonds. The trust is a long-term portfolio1 that offers tax-exempt federal income with the potential for higher yield than a portfolio holding insured municipal bonds. The bonds in the portfolio are generally not insured, and generally have credit ratings of at least A- by Standard & Poor's or at least A3 by Moody's as of the deposit date.
Investors' Quality Tax-Exempt Trust invests in a portfolio of tax-exempt municipal bonds. The trust seeks to provide federal tax-exempt income2 and to preserve capital.
1 Due to the nature of municipal bonds, there is a risk that a bond may be called before maturity, potentially below the par value of the bond, and investors may be unable to reinvest their principal at the same rate of return.
2 A portion of your interest income may be subject to state or local taxes.
Diversification does not ensure a profit or eliminate the risk of loss.
There is no assurance that a unit investment trust will achieve its investment objective. An investment in this unit trust is subject to market risk, which is the possibility that the market values of securities owned by the trust will decline and that the value of trust units may therefore be less than what you paid for them. This trust is unmanaged. Accordingly, you can lose money investing in this trust.
An investment in a trust should be made with an understanding of the risks associated therewith, such as the inability of the issuer or an insurer to pay the principal of or interest on a bond when due, volatile interest rates, early call provisions and changes to the tax status of the bonds.
Investments in a trust may be subject to interest rate risk. If interest rates rise, the value of the bonds in a trust may decline and if interest rates decline the value of the bonds may increase. Also, the longer the period to maturity, the greater the sensitivity to interest rate changes tends to be.
A credit rating is an assessment provided by a nationally recognized statistical rating organization (NRSRO) of the creditworthiness of an issuer with respect to debt obligations, including specific securities, money market instruments or other debts. Ratings are measured on a scale that generally ranges from AAA/Aaa (highest) to D/C (lowest); ratings are subject to change without notice. For more information on Standard and Poor's rating methodology, please visit www.standardandpoors.com and select "Understanding Ratings" under Rating Resources on the homepage or Moody's at www.moodys.com and select "Rating Methodologies" under Research and Ratings on the homepage.
Diversification does not ensure a profit or eliminate the risk of loss.
Invesco and its representatives do not provide tax advice. Individuals should consult their personal tax advisors before making any tax-related investment decisions.
1Estimated current return is based on the annual income as a percentage of the current price of the units. Estimated long-term return (ELTR) is calculated using a formula which (1) Takes into consideration and determines and factors in the relative weightings of the market values, yields (which takes into account the amortization of premiums and the accretion of discounts) and estimated retirement of all the bonds in the trust and (2) Takes into account the expenses and sales charge associated with each trust unit. There can be no assurance that either the estimated current return or ELTR will be realized in the future and an investor's units, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost.
2The ELTR life represents the estimated life of the bonds in a Trusts' portfolio determined for the purposes of calculating Estimated Long-Term Return.
3Estimated Annual Income Per Unit is as of the date listed in the prospectus and is based on the most recently declared quarterly dividends or interim and final dividends accounting for any foreign withholding taxes. The actual net annual dividend distributions you receive will vary from the estimate set forth above with changes in the trust's fees and expenses, in dividends received, currency fluctuations and with the sale of securities. The actual net annual dividends are expected to decrease over time because a portion of the securities included in the trust will be sold over time to pay for organization costs. Securities may also be sold to pay regular fees and expenses during the trust's life.
4Estimated Daily Rate of Accrual represents the annual interest from the securities within the portfolio divided by the number of days on which interest is calculated annually.
5Represents the principal amount of the underlying bonds per unit. Bonds may be sold to meet redemptions, to pay expenses, and in other limited circumstances. The sale of bonds will affect the principal amount of bonds included in the trust and as a result the principal amount of bonds per unit. There can be no assurance that a unitholder will receive this par value per unit in the future.
For Fixed-Income trusts, "S.F." indicates a sinking fund is established with respect to an issue of bonds.
The trust portfolio is provided for informational purposes only and should not be deemed as a recommendation to buy or sell the individual securities shown above.
Weighted Average P/E is defined as the weighted average of the price/earnings ratio associated with each
security in the trust.The price/earnings for each security is defined as the ratio of the most recent day's closing
price for a given security divided by the related company's earnings per share for the previous year.
Weighted Average P/B is defined as the weighted average of the price to book ratio associated with each
security in the trust. The price to book for each security is defined as the ratio of the most recent day's closing
price for a given security divided by the most recently reported per share book value of the company.
Weighted Average Market Cap is defined as the weighted average of the market capitalization of each
security in the trust. The market capitalization for each security is defined as the most recent day's closing price for
a given security multiplied by the company's most recently reported diluted shares outstanding.
Weighted Average 1 Yr EPS Growth is defined as the weighted average of the 1 year earnings per share
growth associated with each security in the trust.The 1 year earnings per share growth for each security is defined as
the earnings per share growth from the most recently reported year relative to preceding year.
Average 3 Yr EPS Growth is defined as the weighted average of the 3 year earnings per share growth
associated with each security in the trust. The 3 year earnings per share growth for each security is defined as the
earnings per share growth from the most recently reported year relative to that from three years prior.
Weighted Average PEG Ratio is defined as the weighted average of the price to earnings growth ratio
associated with each security in the trust. The price to earnings growth ratio for each security is defined as the ratio
of the price/earnings divided by the 1 year earnings per share growth rate, as defined above.
Weighted Average Beta is defined as the weighted average of the beta associated with each security in the
trust. Beta is a measurement of risk that measures an investment's sensitivity to stock market movements.
Before investing, investors should carefully read the prospectus and carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. For this and more complete information about the trusts, investors should ask their advisors for a prospectus.
All data provided by Invesco unless otherwise noted.
Invesco's history of offering unit investment trusts began with the acquisition of the sponsor by Invesco Ltd. in June 2010. Invesco unit investment trusts are distributed by the sponsor, Invesco Capital Markets, Inc. (formerly Van Kampen Funds Inc.) and broker dealers including Invesco Distributors, Inc. Both firms are wholly owned, indirect subsidiaries of Invesco Ltd.