KBWP:NSD-Invesco KBW Property & Casualty Insurance ETF (USD)

ETF | Financial | NSD

Last Closing Price

USD 69.88


+0.61 (+0.87)%

Market Cap

USD 0.27B



Average Target Price

Average Analyst Rating


Fundamental Analysis



The investment seeks to track the investment results (before fees and expenses) of the KBW Nasdaq Property & Casualty Index (the underlying index). The fund generally will invest at least 90% of its total assets in the securities that comprise the underlying index. The underlying index is a modified-market capitalization-weighted index designed to track the performance of companies primarily engaged in U.S. property and casualty insurance activities, as determined by the index provider. The fund is non-diversified.

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Valuation Growth & Performance

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Relative Performance (Total Returns)

Relative Returns (From:    To: 2021-01-19 )

Largest Industry Peers for Financial

Symbol Name Mer Price(Change) Market Cap
KBWB Invesco KBW Bank ETF 0.35 %

+0.26 (+0.47%)

EUFN iShares MSCI Europe Financials.. 0.48 %

+0.06 (+0.34%)

DFNL Davis Select Financial ETF 0.64 %

+0.14 (+0.56%)

FTXO First Trust Nasdaq Bank ETF 0.60 %

+0.26 (+0.98%)

QABA First Trust NASDAQ ABA Communi.. 0.60 %

+0.20 (+0.41%)

PFI Invesco DWA Financial Momentum.. 0.60 %

+0.26 (+0.57%)

KBWR Invesco KBW Regional Banking E.. 0.35 %

+0.39 (+0.74%)

PSCF Invesco S&P SmallCap Financial.. 0.29 %

+0.16 (+0.31%)


ETFs Containing KBWP

Symbol Name Weight Mer Price(Change) Market Cap


Market Performance

  Market Performance vs.
Industry/Classification (Financial)
Market Performance vs. Exchange
  Value Sector Median Percentile Rank Grade Market Median Percentile Rank Grade
Capital Gain 2.34% 22% F 35% F
Dividend Return N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Total Return 2.34% 22% F 35% F
Trailing 12 Months  
Capital Gain -3.81% 33% F 34% F
Dividend Return 1.22% 33% F 29% F
Total Return -2.59% 33% F 34% F
Trailing 5 Years  
Capital Gain 58.42% 71% C- 55% F
Dividend Return 12.55% 43% F 43% F
Total Return 70.97% 86% B 55% F
Average Annual (5 Year Horizon)  
Capital Gain 5.66% 90% A- 56% F
Dividend Return 1.95% 50% F 52% F
Total Return 7.61% 90% A- 57% F
Risk Return Profile  
Volatility (Standard Deviation) 13.93% 80% B- 80% B-
Risk Adjusted Return 54.63% 90% A- 75% C
Market Capitalization 0.27B 78% C+ 40% F
Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage
A+ 97%-100% A 93%-96% A- 90%-92%
B+ 97%-89% B 83%-86% B- 80%-82%
C+ 77%-79% C 73%-76% C- 70%-72%
D+ 67%-69% D 63%-66% D- 60%-62%
F 0%-59%

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Quarterly Financials (USD)

Analyst Rating

Target Price Action Rating Action Analyst Rating Price Date

Fundamental Analysis Breakdown

This is a composite scorecard based on the application of evaluation criteria deemed most important by analysts. This is not a buy or sell recommendation.

What to like:
High market capitalization

This is one of the largest entities in its sector and is among the top quartile. Such companies tend to be more stable.

Superior risk adjusted returns

This stock has performed well, on a risk adjusted basis, compared to its sector peers(for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile.

Low volatility

The stock’s annual returns have been stable and consistent compared to its sector peers(for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile. Although stability is good, also keep in mind it can limit returns.

High dividend returns

The stock has outperformed its sector peers on average annual dividend returns basis in the past 5 years (for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile. This can be a good buy, especially if it is outperforming on total return basis , for investors seeking high income yields.

What to not like:
Below median total returns

The company has under performed its peers on annual average total returns in the past 5 years.

Overpriced compared to earnings

The stock is trading high compared to its peers on a price to earning basis and is above the sector median.