About Money provides a comprehensive list of PowerShares exchange-traded funds and their symbols. The PowerShares QQQ ETF is one of the most-popular choices in the world, and it has a five-star rating from Morningstar while also ranking third on the list of the most-popular ETFs among millennials, cites CNN Money.Continue Reading
Technology stocks dominate the PowerShares QQQ ETF’s holdings, states Morningstar. As of 2015, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon.com and Google Class C Capital stock represent the top four holdings in the fund. Fund managers for the QQQ ETF purchased Apple stock on Mar. 31, 2002 when the stock traded at $23 to $24 per share.
Another financial website that lists all of the PowerShares ETFs trading on U.S. markets is TopForeignStocks.com, according to the company’s website. Although the PowerShares QQQ ETF receives most of the publicity, the PowerShares family of ETFs includes a diverse group of funds that track energy stocks, oil stocks, real estate, dividend-paying stocks and other mutual funds. Investors who buy and sell agricultural and precious-metal ETFs can choose from the PowerShares DB Agriculture ETF or the PowerShares DM Base Metal ETF. As of 2015, Invesco offers 136 PowerShares ETFs that trade on U.S. stock exchanges, as cited by TopForeignStocks.com.Learn more about Investing