Solar companies' earnings came in upbeat-to-mixed in Q1, which facilitated a super rally in the pure-play fund past week.
The S&P 500 is down 10.8% this year, after a massive recovery in April. But these ETF areas have beaten the S&P 500 this year.
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These small-cap sector ETFs have put a great show in the past month and are likely to fare better in the post-lockdown period.
Here we present some ETFs that investors can consider in order to follow the thematic investing strategy.
These ETF headlines are worth watching amid rising virus scare in February.
Solar ETF topped the list of the best performing ETFs in last month's virus-led broad market sell-off.
These ETF strategies replicate Buffett's view about the today's investing world.
These sector ETFs gained or lost the least in the coronavirus-induced rout in February.
The fourth-quarter reporting cycle has shown steady improvement with earnings growth on track to turn positive.
Here we discuss some ETFs that can help fight the battle against the heightening climate-change risks.
We discuss some ETF areas that investors can tap as aggravating coronavirus outbreak lead to a cut in U.S. GDP growth forecast.
Clean energy ETFs are among the top-performers this year too, after a spectacular performance last year.
Last week saw a flare-up in the coronavirus threat, putting the spotlight on these ETFs.
Solar ETF TAN shows heavy reliance on outperformers like Enphase Energy and SolarEdge. So, move over First Solar's drab earnings performance and gamble on TAN.
The bulls bravely escaped the Middle East tensions in January, and the ongoing epidemic of coronavirus, which could lead to global slowdown.
Clean energy ETFs have been gaining on solid earnings and Tesla's growing solar plan.
TAN and SPYG saw massive trading volumes in yesterday's trading session.
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.