|Bid||22.51 x 800|
|Ask||23.19 x 800|
|Day's Range||22.68 - 22.87|
|52 Week Range||18.41 - 27.42|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.69%|
One of the hottest segments of the exchange-traded funds industry in 2018 involves a technology that is extremely new, often misunderstood and has yet to be utilized or developed in widespread fashion. Blockchain, the technology that is best known as what underpins bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, has become one of the hottest buzz words on Wall Street. Just as companies that added crypto-related terms to their names saw massive short-term boosts to their share price last year — a trend that fizzled when bitcoin prices collapsed in early 2018 — so have ETF issuers drawn unusual investor interest by releasing funds dedicated to the theme.
Most of the time, exchange traded funds adding the most assets qualify as plain vanilla funds, or those funds that can be used as “core” holdings. Think traditional S&P 500 tracking funds or products like the Vanguard Total Market ETF (NYSE: VTI) and the iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF (CBOE:IEFA). “More than a third of the way through 2018, investors have poured $93 billion into ETFs,” said CFRA Research Director of ETF & Mutual Fund Research Todd Rosenbluth in a Monday note.
Low-cost exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have only continued to grow in popularity in recent months. Investors are turning to these vehicles for their exposure to many different names and areas and for the low fees associated with them in comparison with many other types of investment opportunities. In the fast-growing world of ETFs, there are many different areas an investor can explore.
While it has cooled a bit after a scorching hot 2017, the artificial intelligence and robotics trade still offers plenty of long-term allure. And short-term traders looking to play a rebound in robotics ...
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Investing in companies that develop robotics-related technology or artificial intelligence capabilities has proven to be especially lucrative. In just over two years, the original robotics ETF, the Robo Global Robotics & Automation Index ETF (ROBO ), has returned more than 110%. The second robotics ETF, the Global X Robotics & Artificial Intelligence ETF (BOTZ n/a), launched about a year and a half ago, and has enjoyed similar success. This week, a third robotics ETF joins the group. Will it be a winner or is it too late to the party? Here are this week’s new fund launches:
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Jon Maier, Chief Investment Officer, Global X sat down with Julie Cooling, Founder & CEO, RIA Channel to discuss their suite of income, thematic, country funds, and factor-based ETFs.
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Blockchain ETFs are drawing attention for the hundreds of millions of dollars they've raised, but a robotics ETF is blowing away the competition this year.
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Bitcoin prices touched a three-week high of $17,712.40 on January 6, 2018, and then fell. As of Monday, January 8, 2018, at 5:00 AM EST, it had a 24-hour fall of 5.4%.
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