The O'Shares Global Internet Giants ETF (OGIG) has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
We discuss O'Shares investing philosophy and ETFs.
Increasing demand for online gaming, shopping, video streaming and work-from-home trends is being observed due to the coronavirus crisis.
Let's check out some ETF areas that will remain solid investment picks even as the coronavirus cases show a sharp spike.
The work-from-home or WFH policy will likely remain in place over the long haul.
On Jun 24, Wall Street logged its worst daily and percentage decline since June 11, due to the rise in coronavirus cases with easing lockdown measures.
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.
The internet ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
The O'Shares Global Internet Giants ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
The technology is the only sector with positive year-to-date returns.
E-commerce companies have been the most sought after on Wall Street as lockdowns have resulted in the forced closure of malls and retail stores.
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.
Try these ETF strategies to counter the renewed risk of the spread of coronavirus.
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Internet ETFs have not been hurt as much as the broader technology sector by the coronavirus outbreak.
Technology has been the hottest sector so far this year, even though the outbreak of coronavirus has hit the stocks.
We have presented a bunch of top-performing ETFs to start 2020 that are likely to continue outperforming, should the trends prevail.
As the U.S. government has announced investigation on the largest U.S. tech companies for anti-competitive practices, these FAANG-heavy ETFs thus could suffer ahead.
Technology sector took a hit badly in yesterday's trading session on antitrust scrutiny concerns that wiped out more than $133 billion from the market value of the four technology giants.