IMFL
Invesco International Developed Dynamic Multifactor ETF

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Category: Global Equities

Vitals

Issuer Invesco
Brand Invesco
Structure ETF
Expense Ratio 0.34%
ETF Home Page Home page
Inception Feb 24, 2021

Analyst Report

The Invesco International Developed Dynamic Multifactor ETF applies a proprietary strategy to investing in non-U.S. companies. Invesco starts with a FTSE index of large- and mid-cap stocks, then assesses the prevailing economic environment and market conditions, and then scores companies based on the factors that are most relevant given the overall outlook. Invesco looks at economic and market barometers such as consumer sentiment, construction activity, manufacturing gauges and labor market conditions to determine whether the economy is expanding, slowing, contracting or recovering, and then scores stocks accordingly. During recovery or expansion, the fund targets company size and value, while during a slowdown or contraction the fund focuses on stocks with healthier balance sheets and reduced susceptibility to market swings. In both expanding or contracting conditions, the fund also targets momentum stocks. The methodology excludes stocks whose multi-factor score falls below certain relative thresholds. The remaining stocks are weighted based on both the multi-factor score and the company’s weight in the baseline index. To prevent concentration, individual company’s are capped at 5 percent of the portfolio. Money managers have long recognized that certain factors, when deployed during certain market conditions, consistently reward investors. Factor ETFs have proliferated in recent years and there are many active and passive ETF options that target different factors. Some funds combine factors while others target a single factor. It’s important to note that IMFL’s baseline index includes South Korea among developed markets, whereas other indices classify the country as an emerging market. Investors who mix and match funds from different providers should make sure they’re not unintentionally overweighting or underweighting South Korea. Investors should also note that IMFL owns a significantly narrower universe of companies than broadly diversified plain-vanilla international equity ETFs like the ultra-low cost options from iShares and Vanguard. For investors looking for a factor-based approach to international investing, IMFL could be a good complement to a core portfolio allocation. However, IMFL would not be a good fit to replace a core position due to the fund’s relatively narrow holdings. The fund’s fees are reasonable for an international multi-factor fund, but they are higher than competing plain-vanilla international equity funds. Investors should compare price, performance and portfolio against other developed market ETFs, both plain-vanilla and factor strategies.

ETF Database Themes

Category Global Equities
Asset Class Equity
Asset Class Size Large-Cap
Asset Class Style Blend
Region (General) Global ex-U.S.
Region (Specific) Broad

FactSet Classifications

  • Segment Equity: Developed Markets Ex-U.S. - Total Market
  • Category Size and Style
  • Focus Total Market
  • Niche Broad-based
  • Strategy Multi-factor
  • Weighting Scheme Multi-Factor

Trading Data

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Day Lo - Day Hi -
  • Open
  • Volume
  • Day Lo
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  • 52 Week Lo n/a
  • 52 Week Hi n/a
  • AUM $132.4 M
  • Shares 5.0 M

Historical Trading Data

  • 1 Month Avg. Volume n/a
  • 3 Month Avg. Volume n/a

Description

The Invesco International Developed Dynamic Multifactor ETF is based on the FTSE Developed ex US Invesco Dynamic Multifactor Index. The Fund will invest at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the Index. The Index reflects a dynamic combination of factor exposures drawn from constituent stocks of the FTSE Developed ex US Index. The factors targeted may include low volatility, momentum, quality, size and value. The emphasis on each factor is determined by Invesco’s Regime Model which is informed by the economic environment and overall market conditions.

Alternative ETFs in the ETF Database Global Equities Category

Type Symbol Expense Ratio Assets Avg. Daily Vol YTD Return
Cheapest SPGM 0.09% $624.1 M 45,624 18.94%
Largest (AUM) IDV 0.49% $4.4 B 482,092 12.78%
Most Liquid (Volume) EWC 0.51% $4.0 B 3 M 29.35%
Top YTD Performer RODI 0.45% $2.7 M 120 29.75%

Alternative ETFs in the FactSet Equity: Developed Markets Ex-U.S. - Total Market Segment

Type Symbol Expense Ratio Assets Avg. Daily Vol YTD Return
Cheapest SPDW 0.04% $12.2 B 1 M 12.44%
Largest (AUM) VEA 0.05% $106.4 B 7 M 12.45%
Most Liquid (Volume) VEA 0.05% $106.4 B 7 M 12.45%
Top YTD Performer FYLD 0.59% $37.4 M 13,071 20.19%

Top 15 Holdings

Concentration Analysis

This section compares how balanced and deep this ETF is relative to its peers.

Holdings Comparison

IMFL ETF Database Category Average FactSet Segment Average
Number of Holdings 952 191 824
% of Assets in Top 10 5.51% 40.83% 14.34%
% of Assets in Top 15 7.83% 49.53% 19.19%
% of Assets in Top 50 20.87% 78.30% 42.90%

Size Comparison

IMFL ETF Database Category Average FactSet Segment Average
Large (>12.9B) 42.10% 44.24% 67.14%
Mid (>2.7B) 52.59% 23.40% 28.54%
Small (>600M) 5.31% 10.21% 3.94%
Micro (<600M) 0.00% 1.25% 0.39%

IMFL Valuation

This section compares the P/E ratio of this ETF to its peers.

IMFL
P/E Ratio
N/A
ETF Database Category Average
P/E Ratio
23.01
FactSet Segment Average
P/E Ratio
17.77

IMFL Dividend

This section compares the dividend yield of this ETF to its peers.

IMFL ETF Database Category Average FactSet Segment Average
Dividend N/A $ 0.17 $ 0.33
Dividend Date N/A N/A N/A
Annual Dividend Rate N/A $ 0.46 $ 0.90
Annual Dividend Yield N/A 1.34% 2.33%

IMFL Price and Volume Chart

IMFL Fund Flows

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5 Day Net Flows: 0 1 Month Net Flows: -19.17 M 3 Month Net Flows: 234.5 K 6 Month Net Flows: 234.5 K 1 Year Net Flows: 127.8 M 3 Year Net Flows: 127.8 M 5 Year Net Flows: 127.8 M 10 Year Net Flows: 127.8 M

IMFL Price vs Flows AUM Influence

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Realtime Rating

The adjacent table gives investors an individual Realtime Rating for IMFL on several different metrics, including liquidity, expenses, performance, volatility, dividend, concentration of holdings in addition to an overall rating. The "A+ Metric Rated ETF" field, available to ETF Database Pro members, shows the ETF in the Global Equities with the highest Metric Realtime Rating for each individual field. To view all of this data, sign up for a free 14-day trial for ETF Database Pro. To view information on how the ETF Database Realtime Ratings work, click here.

Metric Metric Realtime Rating A+ Metric Rated ETF
Liquidity n/a n/a
Expenses n/a n/a
Performance
Volatility
Dividend
Concentration

A+ Overall Rated ETF:

IMFL Expenses & Fees

This section compares the cost efficiency of this ETF to its peers.

Expenses Ratio Analysis

IMFL
Expense Ratio
0.34%
ETF Database Category Average
Expense Ratio
0.70%
FactSet Segment Average
Expense Ratio
0.38%

Tax Analysis

Max ST Capital Gains Rate 39.60%
Max LT Capital Gains Rate 20.00%
Tax On Distributions Qualified dividends
Distributes K1 No
ESG Themes and Scores
7.05/10
ESG Score
68.86%
Global Percentile
19.71%
Peer Percentile
    • Revenue Exposure to Environmental Impact (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Severe Environment Controversies (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Sustainable Impact Solutions (%)
      6.16%
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Weighted Average Carbon Intensity (Tons of CO2e / $M Sales)
      217.7
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Fossil Fuel Reserves (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • High Impact Fossil Fuel Reserves (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Water Stress High Risk Business Segment (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Water Stress High Risk Geography (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Water Stress Exposure Moderate (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Water Stress Exposure High (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Water Stress Exposure Low (%)
      Higher improves ESG score
    • Revenue Exposure to Energy Efficiency (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Alternative Energy (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Green Building (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Pollution Prevention (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Water Sustainability (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Social Impact (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Sustainable Impact Solutions (%)
      6.16%
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • SRI Exclusion Criteria (%)
      5.14%
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Affordable Real Estate (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Education (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Major Disease Treatment (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Nutrition (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to Sanitation (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Revenue Exposure to SME Finance (%)
      Higher is better, no ESG score impact
    • Human Rights Norms Violation (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Human Rights Norms Violation OR Watch List (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Severe Human Rights Controversies (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Labor Norms Violation (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Labor Norms Violation OR Watch List (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Severe Labor Controversies (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Severe Customer Controversies (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Global Compact Compliance Violation (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Global Compact Compliance Violation OR Watch List (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Catholic Values Fail (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Islamic Non-Compliant (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Adult Entertainment Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Alcohol Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Gambling Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Nuclear Power Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Tobacco Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Weapons Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Controversies Weapons Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Civilian Firearms Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Civilian Firearms Retailer (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Civilian Firearms Producer (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Direct Predatory Lending Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Genetic Engineering Involvement (%)
      Higher is worse, no ESG score impact
    • Severe Governance Controversies (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Board Flag (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Lack of Independent Board Majority (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Board Independence (0-25%) (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Board Independence (25-50%) (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Board Independence (50-75%) (%)
      Higher improves ESG score
    • Board Independence (75-100%) (%)
      Higher improves ESG score
    • No Female Directors (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Three OR More Female Directors (%)
      Higher improves ESG score
    • Females Represent 30% of Directors (%)
      Higher improves ESG score
    • Entrenched Board (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Overboarding (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Negative Director Votes (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Ownership AND Control Flag (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • One Share One Vote (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • No Annual Director Elections (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Does Not Use Majority Voting (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Significant Votes Against Pay Practices (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Controlling Shareholder (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Controlling Shareholder Concerns (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Cross Shareholdings (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Poison Pill (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Pay Flag (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • No Pay Performance Link (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Lack of Internal Pay Equity (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Executive Pay Non-Disclosure (%)
      Lower improves ESG score
    • Accounting Flag (%)
      Lower improves ESG score

IMFL Performance

This section shows how this ETF has performed relative to its peers.

IMFL ETF Database
Category Average
Factset Segment
Average
1 Month Return N/A 2.28% 0.00%
3 Month Return N/A 2.49% 1.91%
YTD Return N/A 12.20% 11.59%
1 Year Return N/A 24.52% 23.13%
3 Year Return N/A 32.02% 26.18%
5 Year Return N/A 37.62% 30.33%

Geographic Exposure

The following charts reflect the geographic spread of IMFL's underlying holdings.

Region Percentage
Asia Pacific 52.05%
Europe 42.76%
North, Central and South America 5.6%
Other -0.41%
Country Percentage
Japan 30.76%
United Kingdom 10.76%
South Korea 7.82%
Australia 7.4%
Canada 4.87%
Switzerland 4.3%
Germany 4.14%
France 4.07%
Sweden 3.39%
Netherlands 2.9%
Spain 2.53%
Hong Kong 2.41%
Israel 2.03%
Italy 1.95%
Singapore 1.81%
Finland 1.36%
New Zealand 1.35%
Luxembourg 1.26%
Denmark 1.18%
Norway 1.03%
Belgium 0.85%
Poland 0.77%
Ireland 0.74%
Austria 0.44%
Portugal 0.11%
United States 0.08%
Bermuda 0.06%
China 0.04%
Other -0.41%

Holdings Analysis

The following charts reflect the allocation of IMFL's underlying holdings.

Sector Percentage
Finance 27.68%
Producer Manufacturing 9.31%
Consumer Durables 7.58%
Non-Energy Minerals 7.42%
Process Industries 7.32%
Electronic Technology 6.62%
Retail Trade 4.72%
Distribution Services 3.95%
Health Technology 3.43%
Transportation 3.38%
Utilities 3.12%
Industrial Services 2.67%
Consumer Non-Durables 2.41%
Technology Services 2.13%
Consumer Services 2.1%
Communications 2.01%
Commercial Services 1.96%
Energy Minerals 1.94%
Health Services 0.55%
Miscellaneous 0.11%
Other 0.0%
CASH -0.41%
Market Cap Percentage
Mid 52.59%
Large 42.1%
Small 5.31%
Micro 0.0%
Region Percentage
Asset Percentage
Share/Common/Ordinary 99.2%
Preferred Equity 0.52%
Depositary Receipts/Certificates 0.41%
American Depositary Receipt 0.24%
Unit 0.04%
Other 0.0%
CASH -0.41%
Sector Percentage
Finance 27.68%
Producer Manufacturing 9.31%
Consumer Durables 7.58%
Non-Energy Minerals 7.42%
Process Industries 7.32%
Electronic Technology 6.62%
Retail Trade 4.72%
Distribution Services 3.95%
Health Technology 3.43%
Transportation 3.38%
Utilities 3.12%
Industrial Services 2.67%
Consumer Non-Durables 2.41%
Technology Services 2.13%
Consumer Services 2.1%
Communications 2.01%
Commercial Services 1.96%
Energy Minerals 1.94%
Health Services 0.55%
Miscellaneous 0.11%
Other 0.0%
CASH -0.41%

IMFL Technicals

Volatility Analysis

This section shows how the volatility of this ETF compares to the peer group ETF Database Category.

5 Day Volatility
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20 Day Volatility
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50 Day Volatility
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200 Day Volatility
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Beta
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Standard Deviation
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Technicals

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  • Williams % Range 10 Day n/a
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  • RSI 10 Day n/a
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  • RSI 30 Day n/a
  • Ultimate Oscillator n/a

Bollinger Bands

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Support & Resistance

  • Support Level 1 n/a
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  • Resistance Level 1 n/a
  • Resistance Level 2 n/a

Stochastic

  • Stochastic Oscillator %D (1 Day) n/a
  • Stochastic Oscillator %D (5 Day) n/a
  • Stochastic Oscillator %K (1 Day) n/a
  • Stochastic Oscillator %K (5 Day) n/a

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Fact Sheet

A fact sheet is not available for this ETF. Please visit the IMFL ETF home page for more information.

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