Invest in Invesco Solar ETF on Stash
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3. Once you’ve finished your account, your Invesco Solar ETF shares will be added to your new portfolio.
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The Fund seeks to track the investment results of the MAC Global Solar Energy Index. The Fund invests at least 90% of its total assets in the securities (including "ADRs" and "GDRs") that comprise the Underlying Index. The depositary receipts included in the Underlying Index may be sponsored or unsponsored.
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(0811-4794, 0813-5488, 1016-N2DC, 1017-7KFC, 1019-95HX, 0620-0EYJ, 0721-13DB, 0821-1ET8)
Net Assets2.96 B
Shares Outstanding36.25 M
Latest Dividend$0.0922399983 (12/31/20)
Avg P/E Ratio42.32
Avg Price/Book Ratio7.36
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- Percent of Float
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Short Interest (09/30/21)
Shares Sold Short3.77 M
Change from Last-12.24%
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MAC Global Solar Energy Stock Index
The "MAC Global Solar Energy Stock Index" (ticker symbol: SUNIDX) is the tracking Index for the "Invesco Solar ETF," which is an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that is traded on the New York Stock Exchange ARCA with the ticker symbol of TAN (NYSE ARCA: TAN).*
Visit www.Invesco.com for more information.
Investors cannot invest directly in an index but investors can buy and sell the exchange-traded fund (ETF) that tracks that index. An ETF holds a basket of stocks in a single fund. An ETF can be bought and sold in an investor's brokerage account just like an individual stock (consult with your investment advisor).
Keys to the Solar Investment Case
- Impressive growth potential – Solar has impressive growth potential with forecasts for $3.4 trillion of solar spending through 2040 and with solar representing 35% of all new global electricity generation installs (Bloomberg New Energy Finance). Solar PV will generate 25% of all electricity globally by 2050, up from 2% today (BNEF).
- Low-cost electricity solution – Solar’s levelized electricity cost has already plunged by 83% since 2010 (Lazard) due to dramatic technology advances and economies of scale. Solar’s cost will plunge by another 71% by 2050 (BNEF), which would make it the cheapest source of electricity by far. Solar has already reached grid-parity in many areas of the world where its low cost now beats both coal and nuclear.
- Government support is only icing on the cake – Solar has become a self-sustaining industry due to the sharp drop in solar costs and has no need for government subsidies or mandates.
- Mission-critical energy solution – Solar energy is one of the very few long-term solutions for the world's zero-carbon energy needs with free fuel (sunlight) and zero CO2/pollution emissions. Solar is also a scalable solution that provides wholesale electricity for utilities as well as distributed retail electricity for businesses and homeowners.
- Jobs, jobs, jobs – Solar is a big employer with 3.4 million global solar jobs (IRENA). Solar provides about 250,000 U.S. jobs, more than the combined number of jobs in the U.S. coal and oil-gas extraction industries.
- Solar-plus-storage provides robust 24/7 energy solution – Solar-plus-storage systems provide a 24/7 source of electricity and solve solar’s intermittency problem. Solar-plus-storage systems are already cost competitive and will become even more so as battery costs plunge by another 52% through 2030 (BNEF).
Advantages of investing in a solar stock fund versus individual solar stocks
Own the global solar sector in one trade - All qualified solar stocks on developed global exchanges are included in the MAC Solar Index.
Longest track record in the industry - The MAC Solar Index was the first solar index for the exchange-traded fund industry with an inception date of March 31, 2008.
Dynamic portfolio - Quarterly index reviews ensure that new and emerging solar companies are added to the index when they meet the index criteria.
Diversification - Reduce exposure to event/financial risk at individual solar companies with index diversification across:
- geography (North America, Europe, Asia),
- solar technologies (thin-film, silicon, thermal),
- solar value chain (raw materials, PV wafers/cells/panels, solar inverters, capital equipment, solar installers and project developers).
MAC Solar Sector Reports
- Solar stocks settle back on industry bottlenecks but see support from strong growth and policy prospects; 2021 solar growth seen at over +20% Read More
- Solar stocks remain generally strong on long-term growth prospects and renewed policy support; U.S. solar is seeing blockbuster growth Read More
MAC Solar Index Quarterly Reviews and Changes
As part of the regular quarterly Index review process that takes effect after the close of business on September 17, 2021, the following stocks will be dropped from the Index: GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd (3800 HK), and Anji Technology Co Ltd (6477 TT).Read More
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INVESCO SOLAR ETF
87.15-0.32 (-0.3658%)as of 4:10:00pm ET 10/15/2021 Quotes delayed at least 15 min. Log in for real time quote.
The investment seeks to track the investment results (before fees and expenses) of the MAC Global Solar Energy Index. The fund will generally invest at least 90% of its total assets in the securities (including American depositary receipts (“ADRs”)) that comprise the index. Strictly in accordance with its guidelines and mandated procedures, MAC Indexing LLC compiles, maintains, and calculates the index, which is designed to track the global solar energy equity sector. The fund is non-diversified.Learn More
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