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New ways to access the innovators of Nasdaq

Invesco and Nasdaq are pioneers in innovative solutions, partnering together to help people access the world’s most innovative companies. Today, that combined innovation continues, as we strive to help investors achieve their evolving goals.

Our new ETFs combine innovation and ESG

Get access to the groundbreaking companies of Nasdaq while incorporating additional environmental, social and governance (ESG) screening criteria via our two new ETFs. Our new large-cap (QQMG) and mid-cap (QQJG) Innovation Suite ETFs give you more choices.

How do these new products work?

Below are the six steps incorporated in the underlying indexes of our new funds.

Explore our full Innovation Suite

Our two new ETFs are part of our Innovation Suite consisting of four other funds for you to consider. Whether you're looking for liquidity, attractive value or simplicity, we have a potential solution for you.

Three portfolio ideas to consider

The NASDAQ-100 has provided investors with decades of strong large-cap performance

Total Cumulative Returns (3/10/1999 - 3/31/2022) 

Source: Bloomberg L.P., Data for total returns from March 10, 1999 through March 31, 2022. The above chart is presented for the purpose of illustrating the long-term performance of large-cap growth markets versus the broader market over time. The starting time period was selected based on the inception of the oldest product in the Invesco QQQ innovation suite. QQQ has an existing performance record, which can be found here. Index performance is not indicative of Fund performance, nor is it an indication of how a Fund could or will perform. An investment cannot be made directly into an Index. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.


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    Controversy Scale: The score ranges from 1 (low impact) to 5 (severe impact), depending on the reputation risk to the company and potential impact on stakeholders.  Sustainalytics, a globally-recognized independent provider of ESG research, ratings, and data, will identify incidents and events via a daily monitoring system and will give a controversy score.

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    The ESG Risk Rating Score, provided by Sustainalytics, is designed to measure the magnitude of a company’s unmanaged ESG risk. Companies are assigned risk scores ranging from 0 (indicating that ESG risks have been fully managed) to 100 (indicating the highest level of unmanaged ESG risk), and the Index Provider excludes companies with an ESG risk rating of 40 or higher (i.e., a “severe risk” rating) from the Underlying Index.