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- Fund Family Simplify ETFs
- Assets Under Management 5,588,200
- Shares Outstanding, K 400
- 60-Month Beta 3.51
- Price/Earnings ttm 0.00
- Annual Dividend & Yield N/A (0.00%)
- Most Recent Dividend N/A on N/A
- Management Fee 1.02%
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+0.96 (+7.25%)since 06/23/21
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+2.56 (+21.85%)since 04/23/21
Diminishing worries about runaway inflation compelled investors to pile back into tech-oriented growth stocks.
The first half of 2021 was upbeat for stocks and the winning momentum is continuing. These sector ETFs have been robust lately.
Investors have rotated back into growth-oriented areas of the market in recent weeks on optimism surrounding the economic recovery.
The technology sector was the lone bright spot last week among the 11 S&P 500 sectors amid the market turmoil as optimism surrounding the economic recovery compelled investors to bet on the growth stocks....
Last week was downbeat for Wall Street mainly due to the rate hike speculation. However, tech-based ETFs still stayed steady mainly due to their strong fundamentals.
We highlight a few leveraged ETF areas that won last week.
The technology sector has been on a selling spree lately thanks to renewed inflation fears. Investors should buy the dip in the sector.
We have seen years' worth of digital transformation in months in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that has further increased the risk of security breaches and threats.
The month of April has been upbeat for Wall Street thanks to upbeat earnings, even upbeat U.S. economic growth for the first quarter of 2021 and other data points like retail sales.
April proved to be the solid month for the U.S. stock market with all the three major indices hovering near record highs.
|3rd Resistance Point||14.67|
|2nd Resistance Point||14.48|
|1st Resistance Point||14.37|
|1st Support Level||14.07|
|2nd Support Level||13.89|
|3rd Support Level||13.77|