Fund BasicsSee More
- Fund Family Global X Mgt
- Assets Under Management 241,346,500
- Shares Outstanding, K 9,650
- 60-Month Beta 1.02
- Price/Earnings ttm 63.91
- Annual Dividend & Yield 0.13
- Most Recent Dividend 0.024
- Management Fee 0.50%
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
| || |
-3.64 (-12.71%)since 02/04/21
| || |
+1.46 (+6.20%)since 12/04/20
| || |
+8.74 (+53.67%)since 03/04/20
Let's check out the fourth-quarter results of some of the cyber security firms that have the largest allocation to the ETFs in this niche area of the technology sector.
After a prolonged rally, tech stocks and ETFs slumped on Jan 11 as many of these companies barred President Donald Trump .
Despite the surge in coronavirus cases, December has been kind for the U.S. stock market with the major indices enjoying a historic rally.
Wall Street came up with a mixed performance last week.
News of new virus strain in the UK will likely keep the market subdued this week and brighten the appeal for tech ETFs.
SolarWinds hack will result in higher spending on cybersecurity
With the new trends making way, a few major technology stocks are expected to keep gaining traction from the buoyancy in demand for their products and services.
Most of the cybersecurity firms came up with stronger-than-expected earnings, outpacing the Zacks Consensus Estimate for both earnings and revenues.
The deep slowdown in economy has made investors jittery, raising the demand for low-risk securities or stocks that are pandemic gainers.
These tech ETFs are available at low prices even after a decent rally in recent times.
|3rd Resistance Point||26.75|
|2nd Resistance Point||26.27|
|1st Resistance Point||25.64|
|1st Support Level||24.53|
|2nd Support Level||24.05|
|3rd Support Level||23.42|