XLK - Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
73.54
-1.05 (-1.41%)
As of 9:30AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close74.59
Open74.49
Bid73.56 x 46000
Ask73.74 x 21500
Day's Range73.30 - 73.58
52 Week Range57.57 - 79.70
Volume676,591
Avg. Volume14,426,754
Net Assets21.13B
NAV74.10
PE Ratio (TTM)24.63
Yield1.28%
YTD Return23.05%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.08
Expense Ratio (net)0.13%
Inception Date1998-12-16
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This currently includes 88 different stocks. Top holdings include networking equipment maker Viavi Solutions (NASDAQ:VIAV) and cloud computing communications firm 8×8 Inc (NASDAQ:EGHT). The makeup of the ETF a bit different as well -- with electronic components and semiconductors making up the top sector weightings.That makeup and focus on smaller tech stocks haven't hurt the ETF on the performance front. PSCT has managed to post an average annual return of 15.45% over the last five years. That beats the broader S&P 600 and comes close to the XLK's performance.All in all, with more than $300 million in assets and a low 0.29% -- or $29 per $10,000 invested -- expense ratio, the PSCT is one of the best tech ETFs outside the XLK. ARK Innovation ETF (ARKK)Source: Shutterstock Active management works and can beat indexing when a) fund managers keep their funds small and b) when they take concentrated bets in only a handful of stocks. 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That smashes the XLK over that time by a wide margin. * 5 Data Center REITs to Buy That Deliver Sizable Income Perhaps the only downfall for ARKK is that its rather expensive at 0.75% in annual costs. However, if Wood can keep up the gains, that's a small price to pay to own one of the best performing tech ETFs out there. iShares Exponential Technologies ETF (XT)Source: Shutterstock If you like the idea of innovation and transformative tech, but don't think an active manager can make the right calls, then the iShares Exponential Technologies ETF (NYSEArca:XT). XT uses an index approach to get the job done.XT tracks the Morningstar Exponential Technologies Index. Exponential technologies are defined as advances which "displace older technologies, create new markets and have the potential to create significant positive economic benefits." This includes everything from 3-D printing and robotics to genomics/personalized medicine and data mining.The beauty is that XT doesn't just track strictly tech stocks like the XLK. It looks at all sectors to find these disruptors. There's plenty of industrials, healthcare and even real estate firms in the ETF. The fund currently 200 different global stocks -- with top holdings including ServiceNow (NYSE:NOW), Align (NASDAQ:ALGN) and First Solar (NASAQ:FSLR).Performance wise, XT has been great. Through the end of April, the ETF has managed to produce an 18.70% annual return over the last three years. That's not too shabby. Even better is that XT has been less volatile than some other tech ETFs including the XLK. This is due to it not focusing purely on tech.Either way, with expenses clocking at 0.47%, XT makes a great choice for those investors looking to add some tech ETFs to their portfolios. First Trust ISE Cloud Computing Index Fund (SKYY)Source: Shutterstock Perhaps one of the biggest and most immediate advances in the tech sector has to be cloud computing. Every time you've used an app on your phone or accessed a data center at work, you've used the power of the cloud. More and more, our information and programs are being stored off-site. Software as a Service (SaaS) has become big business. That's why the First Trust ISE Cloud Computing Index Fund (NYSEARCA:SKYY) could be one of the best tech ETFs to buy.SKYY tracks the ISE Cloud Computing Index. The underlying index looks for firms that provide network hardware/software, storage, cloud computing services or those firms that deliver goods and services that utilize cloud computing technology. 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