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|52 Week Range||18.76 - 25.74|
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Whether society wants it or not, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, or any other type of disruptive technology is the next wave of innovation. For investors who missed out on the serendipitous run of FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google) stocks, they can look to capitalize on disruptive tech options in 2019. Disruptive technology is not relegated to certain sectors as it will permeate into all industries in some form or fashion.
Some are highly likely — like the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates. Others are more out there — along the lines of the U.S. legalizing marijuana. One of my highly likely predictions is that we will begin a new chapter in wireless technology.
The suite of “junior” disruptive technology sector ETFs will aim to provide targeted exposure to transformative industries. Junior ETFs are small cap companies that have strong potential for growth. Today, Defiance ETFs announced the registration for seven new funds, with plans to launch the first full suite of “junior” disruptive technology sector ETFs, providing investors with exposure to small cap disruptive technology companies.
On the surface, quantum computing may appear to be a universe reserved for the most sophisticated of technological masters, but the space is becoming increasingly accessible for investors. The newly minted ...
Bloomberg's Eric Balchunas and Scarlet Fu break down the Defiance Future Tech ETF (ticker: AUGR) and discuss the fund with Matt Bielski, Defiance ETFs CEO. (Source: Bloomberg)
Defiance ETFs today announced the launch of the Defiance Quantum ETF (NYSE:QTUM), a fund designed to provide investors with access to cutting edge technologies that are exponentially increasing computing speeds and making it possible to solve increasingly complicated problems. “Quantum computing may sound like something from the distant future, but leading technology companies, startups and research universities are already developing and implementing these approaches to solve practical problems and build competitive advantages,” said Matthew Bielski, founder and CEO of Defiance ETFs.
Defiance ETFs today announced the addition of two senior members to its growing team. Paul Dellaquila, CIMA, CAIA, has been named Global Head of ETFs, and Dr. Tom Bowles, PhD, has been named Director of Research for the firm.
The Wearable ETF, which formerly traded under the ticker “WEAR” and focused on stocks with exposure to the wearable technologies theme, recently underwent some significant changes. ARVR now tracks the EQM Tactile AR/VR Virtual Technology Index. “"Wearable technology is something that we still believe in.
Defiance ETFs announced the launch of its Defiance Future Tech ETF (NYSE: AUGR) , which is designed for investors seeking to capitalize on the growing opportunities in augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) technology--a disruptive technological advancement, which is already impacting a wide range of industries. Augmented reality is technology comprised of digital images superimposed over the real world, and its use is primed to drive industry growth. In fact, industries like real estate and manufacturing are already putting the technology to use in a variety of ways.
Defiance ETFs today announced the launch of its Defiance Future Tech ETF (NYSE:AUGR), which is designed for investors seeking to capitalize on the growing opportunities in augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) technology, a disruptive tech category that is already having a meaningful impact on a wide range of industries. “The AR/VR space has extended far beyond its roots in gaming to applications in healthcare, retail, manufacturing, entertainment and more,” said Matthew Bielski, founder and CEO of Defiance ETFs.