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In advance: 1QTR24 <U/O> Matrix via Applied Indexation is currently available in multi-sheet format.


Featured Clean Tech thematic is derived from a combined Renewables/Diversified Industrials/Technology sector-themed overlay within Invesco’s publicly traded Clean Energy subindustry benchmark proxy ETF (ticker PBW), utilizing the modularity of business segment operations embedded within company revenue lines to generate effective Tier-2: Alpha and Alpha-Beta screens.


>> PBW total return: 3-mos. -17.7%, 1Q24 -21.9%, CY24 -34.9%; YTD24 performance dispersion +27.6%/-66.4% (041924).


>> PBW Fwd adj. PE=26.8 Beta=1.6 versus 24.0/1.5, 23.7/1.5 and 28.8/1.5 sequentially [40.0 limit; N/A totals 62.0% (v. 60.5%) based on portfolio weight and 63.4% of count (+2.6%), 9.8% on market capitalization (-1.3%); Large-cap 15.8% (-3.3%), Mid-cap 38.6% (-3.3%), Small-cap 45.5% (+6.5%)].


>> SPX 12-month Fwd PE=20.6/1Q24 v. 19.2/4Q23, 17.9/3Q23, 18.9/2Q23 (FactSet); CAPE 34.7 from 32.3/29.5/31.1, mean 17.1 (Shiller).


<U/O> Matrix via Applied Indexation segments include Wind, Solar, Fuel Cells, Smart Grid, Water, LED, Biofuel, Automotive, Natural Gas, Storage and Aviation plus further classifications detailing component member assignments based on corporate business segment operations (12 segments, 55 classifications, 248 single and multi-listed component members; n=71).


The interrelationships among valuation drivers within cross-asset multi-factor portfolio strategies may best characterize (and link) corporate business segment operations to improve peer group analytics and valuation.


Successful trading strategies (fundamental, index-plus, systematic) and adaptive investable motifs (niche, thematic, megatrend) isolate Value in Growth, and Growth in Value, by aligning the prospective Alpha drivers directly associated with ecosystem composition and supply chain verticals.


At Venn’s intersection, sets and subsets of competing interests endure. The dynamic principles of business segment operations are three-fold: 1) multinational and Large-cap companies function as benchmark sector/industry/subindustry proxies based on scale (Alpha-Beta), 2) Small- and Mid-cap companies participate as competitive peers (Alpha) and, hence, acquisition candidates and 3) among subsets of 1) and 2) are companies provisioning multiple economic sectors, asset classes and geographies.


Please message direct with any questions or for product development considerations; spreadsheet downloads available for research libraries at b-platform Access tab (auto-generated password; PayPal hosted).


note: w/r/t the past-positive forward looking portfolio-based relative indicators featured in <U/O> Matrix via Applied Indexation, a brief primer is provided online along with recent posts 'Alpha, Beta, Alpha-Beta', <U/O> Tutorial_5: Performance Dispersion (Meta) and slideshow <U/O> Matrix - Establishing Predictive Value: Applied Indexation, Hierarchical Data Sets and Competitive Market Information.


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