As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to aggravate in the United States, we discuss some ETF areas that investors can consider for investing in July.
Given the recent challenges, the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones are in red from a year-to-date look while the Nasdaq has outperformed, gaining nearly 9%.
Many tech ETFs hit all-time highs in the recent trading session. Below, we have highlighted some of them that could be excellent plays to ride out the bullish trend in the tech space.
Amid the coronavirus mayhem, people are resorting to online retailers to purchase food items and other goods and to video streaming services and other modes for in-house entertainment.
Semiconductor ETFs have been feeling the pressure of slowing global growth. However, likely revival of smartphones, steady deployment of 5G and a decent M&A environment may benefit the space.
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.
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.
Netflix posted its strongest ever subscriber additions buoyed by the coronavirus crisis, which has resulted in social distancing and stay-at-home mandates, pushing up demand for streaming services.
Here we highlight some ETF areas that investors can consider amid the coronavirus crisis.
The social distancing and lockdown measures are spurring the popularity of streaming services.
We have presented a bunch of five top-performing ETFs of the 11-year bull market that will continue to outperform in the coming months given that these have a solid Zacks Rank.
Netflix offered a weak outlook, raising concerns about its dominance in an increasingly crowded field.
Inside the ETF areas that are trending lately.
Netflix has grabbed record Oscar nominations and but earnings weakness may be in the cards. Should you play Netflix-heavy ETFs?
Golden Globe could be an event for movie lovers, but it has a huge financial impact on the stocks and ETF investing world.
Intensifying video streaming wars lead analysts to expect dull subscriber addition for Netflix through 2020.
Given the holiday optimism and digital shopping boom, stocks in the Internet and retail space look poised for solid gains this month.
The beaten down prices offer a buying opportunity for investors, especially in the crucial holiday shopping season.
While investing in any of the retail stocks could reward investors throughout Cyber Week, a diverse approach in a basket form can also be a great choice.