People are spending more time on video games in the United States amid their quarantine efforts.
While many corners of the broad market are at risk, the resurgence in coronavirus cases will continue to drive the e-commerce boom.
The pandemic has resulted in new trends that will continue at least this year.
We have highlighted some investing ideas that could prove to be extremely beneficial for investors in the second half of 2020 in the current market environment.
Here are four ETFs to bet on the fast-growing videogame industry
Here we discuss some gaming ETFs that are well poised to gain as an increasing number of people are resorting to in-house entertainment modes like video games amid the lockdown measures.
The technology is the only sector with positive year-to-date returns.
This video game ETF hits a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store for this ETF?
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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.
Tech sector takes a hit from Trump's immigration ban plan and overvaluation concerns.
Here we highlight some ETF areas that investors can consider amid the coronavirus crisis.
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.
After one of the worst Q1, get ready for a coronavirus-riddled Q2 which makes these industries and ETFs worth a bet. These areas emerged as the top performers of Q1.
Coronavirus lockdown and the impending launches of Sony???s PlayStation 5 as well as Microsoft???s next-gen console will benefit video game ETFs.
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Internet ETFs have not been hurt as much as the broader technology sector by the coronavirus outbreak.
Get set for a new super cycle in the video game industry with these stocks and ETFs.
Defiance refurbishes its AUGR ETF to launch VIDG ETF, a video gaming ETF to gain from the high-potential video gaming market.
Tech companies are at maximum risk in the trade war. Naturally, all tech ETFs witness a bloodbath on May 13, among which, the following funds lost the least.