Stocks were mixed in early trading this morning after turning green late in yesterday’s session.
It’s been a rough week for tech, with the Nasdaq gnarly 2% lower for the week. The S&P and the Dow are about even for the week. Where will we close the week? Wait and see.
Recovery stocks seem to be taking the spotlight once again, with leisure stocks on the rise in early trading. Our trade alert for today highlights one interesting reopening play for investors who might have missed out on early opportunities to buy the names that are likely to continue to rise as the reopening rolls on.
Matt’s #1 pick for 2021 [Buy Alert]
He’s pinpointed over 200 stocks that ALL went on to jump 100% or more. Plus 16 more recommendations that skyrocketed over 1,000%.
Today, he’s doing it all over again. [Full Story…]
The Invesco Dynamic Leisure & Entertainment ETF (PEJ)
The investment seeks to track the investment results (before fees and expenses) of the Dynamic Leisure & Entertainment IntellidexSM Index. The fund generally will invest at least 90% of its total assets in the securities that comprise the underlying intellidex. The underlying intellidex was composed of common stocks of U.S. leisure and entertainment companies. These companies are engaged principally in the design, production or distribution of goods or services in the leisure and entertainment industries. The fund is non-diversified.
PEJ tries to pick winning stocks rather than deliver a market-cap-weighted basket that reflects the industry. Its stock selection process is a bit opaque beyond the broad descriptions of its screens: fundamental, timeliness, valuation and risk. PEJ holds about 30 stocks, many more than the 10 or so in our narrow benchmark. Some might see value in this diversification, which mitigates single-stock risk, while others might see a lack of focus. Either way, many of these ‘extra’ stocks are restaurant chains, which our benchmark excludes from the leisure & entertainment industry. By firm size, the fund tilts significantly away from large-caps. The resulting portfolio has lagged our benchmark over the past 12 months. PEJ isn’t cheap to hold but can be fairly traded with care.
- Net Assets 1.38B
- Price/Earnings Ratio 117.1
- Price/Book Ratio 4.09
- YTD daily total return 19.70%
- Expense Ratio (net) 0.63%
- Yield 0.77%
- Top Holdings ViacomCBS (VIAC), Disney (DIS), Fox Corp. A (FOXA)
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