Inside the best and worst-performing ETFs of last week.
The U.S. market was in great shape as 2020 came to a close thanks mainly to massive global policy easing and vaccine rollouts.
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Wall Street was in a cheerful mood last week as the S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq added 7.3%, 6.9% and 9%, respectively.
The month of October was downbeat for Wall Street due to election uncertainty, failed stimulus talks, subdued tech earnings and rising coronavirus cases on the global front.
Though the sector tends to be the most sensitive to global economic growth expectations, it has been outperforming other sectors this quarter, just trailing the consumer discretionary.
The weak trading on Sep 21 led to a few winners with low-risk products but a number of losers from various corners of the investing space.
Wall Street has been steady in July despite rising coronavirus cases.
Wall Street has been enjoying a huge rally this quarter buoyed by a booming technology sector, development of a coronavirus vaccine or treatment, easing of lockdown measures and a massive stimulus program....
Let us dig into some of the ETFs that are below $20 and are from the hottest areas currently. These low-priced ETFs could lead to huge gains in the coming months.
Silver gained nearly 24% in May, representing the biggest monthly jump in nearly a decade.
Silver started catching up with the gold rally and has been outshining in recent weeks as economies are reopening.
Though last week was not upbeat for Wall Street, these ETFs breezed past Wall Street.
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These ETFs gained/lost the most amid the market blood bath last week.
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While Wall Street is surging this quarter, these sector ETFs offered even better performances to beat the market.
Apart from biotech, these ETFs are seeing solid momentum in the ongoing quarter.