PXE

Invesco Dynamic Energy Exploration &Production ETF

32.97
USD
0.92%
32.97
USD
0.92%
17.54 36.69
52 weeks
52 weeks

Mkt Cap 296.40M

Shares Out 8.99M

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PXE's Underlying Holdings Could Mean 32% Gain Potential

Looking at the underlying holdings of the ETFs in our coverage universe at ETF Channel, we have compared the trading price of each holding against the average analyst 12-month forward target price, and computed the weighted average implied analyst target price for the ETF itself. For the Invesco Dynamic Energy Exploration & Production ETF (Symbol: PXE), we found that the implied analyst target price for the ETF based upon its underlying holdings is $37.81 per unit. With PXE trading at a recent price near $28.63 per unit, that means that analysts see 32.08% upside for this ETF looking through to the average analyst targets of the underlying holdings. Three of PXE's underlying holdings with notable upside to their analyst target prices are Ovintiv Inc (Symbol: OVV), Valero Energy Corp (Symbol: VLO), and Talos Energy Inc (Symbol: TALO). Although OVV has traded at a recent price of $47.97/SHARE, the average analyst target is 45.77% higher at $69.93/SHARE. Similarly, VLO has 35.33% upside from the recent share price of $105.53 if the average analyst target price of $142.82/SHARE is reached, and analysts on average are expecting TALO to reach a target price of $25.30/SHARE, which is 34.08% above the recent price of $18.87. Below is a twelve month price history chart comparing the stock performance of OVV, VLO, and TALO: Combined, OVV, VLO, and TALO represent 10.12% of the Invesco Dynamic Energy Exploration & Production ETF. Below is a summary table of the current analyst target prices discussed above: Are analysts justified in these targets, or overly optimistic about where these stocks will be trading 12 months from now? Do the analysts have a valid justification for their targets, or are they behind the curve on recent company and industry developments? A high price target relative to a stock's trading price can reflect optimism about the future, but can also be a precursor to target price downgrades if the targets were a relic of the past. These are questions that require further investor research. The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.

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