Let's check out some ETF areas that will remain solid investment picks even as the coronavirus cases show a sharp spike.
Technology stocks are offering investors a rare dip that's setting up a low-risk opportunity with considerable upside. XLK, ARKW, IGV, SKYY, and HACK are five ETFs to continue riding the tech bull market....
We entered the third quarter some weeks ago with no abatement (rather surges) on the virus front and several U.S. states reversing the course of economic reopening.
Tesla reported profit for the fourth consecutive quarter, representing the longest streak of profitability in its history. The profit has put Tesla in a position to join the coveted S&P 500 index.
Tesla has been on a stupendous rally over the past three months, having soared nearly 124.4% and outperforming the industry's growth of 40.6%.
Here we take a look at some Internet ETFs that will continue to gain from increasing demand for online gaming, shopping, video streaming and work-from-home trends due to the coronavirus crisis.
The work-from-home or WFH policy will likely remain in place over the long haul.
The tech and healthcare sectors have emerged winners this year. Among the duo, tech delivered an all-star performance in the first half.
Most of the rally has been driven by the e-commerce boom and the shift in consumer habits to a purely digital world.
Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives said he thinks it still has "room to run further" even after the stock reached his base-case price target to $1,000 per share from $800.
The technology is the only sector with positive year-to-date returns.
With lockdowns, social distancing and stay-at-home mandates across many parts of the world to contain the spread of coronavirus, consumers have come online for almost everything.
Tesla's shares start gaining after a rating upgrade. Investors can tap the stock with these ETFs too.
Direxion recently filed for a pureplay work-from-home ETF, having witnessed the huge success of the trend amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The solid deliveries data has put the spotlight on ETFs having substantial allocation to the luxury carmaker.
The lockdown due to coronavirus scare has forced people to work and look for entertainment at home only, raising the demand for cloud computing, gaming and e-sports, as well as streaming services.
Internet ETFs have not been hurt as much as the broader technology sector by the coronavirus outbreak.
The year 2020 has so far been marked with Middle East tensions, the coronavirus outbreak and Wall Street rally. These sector ETFs have come across as winners and losers.
we have highlighted the best and worst performing zones and their ETFs in the first half of the first quarter.