Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are one of the most popular and flexible investments for traders and investors. Not only do ETFs give instant diversification, but they can also offer leverage and transparency.
An ETF is a bundle of securities that are exchange traded, much like a stock. Their price will go up or down as investors buy or unload shares of the fund.
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ETFs are structured, managed, and are regulated (for the most part) like a mutual fund. Unlike mutual funds, ETFs are traded throughout the trading day.
Types of ETFs
An individual exchange-traded fund can hold thousands of stocks from every market sector, a few dozen stocks from a specific industry, a handful of commodities like corn or coffee, or even a basket of currency pairs.
According to ETFGI, there are 5,025 ETFs trading globally. 2,200 of those funds are traded in the United States alone.
ETFs typically fall into one of these 8 categories:
- Stock Funds
- Bond Funds
- International Funds
- Sector Funds
- Commodity Funds
- Currency Funds
- Real Estate Funds
- Specialty Funds
ETF & Mutal Funds – Differences & Similarities
|• Passively managed
• Commission fee
• Trade throughout the trading day
|• Offer diversification
• Charge operating expenses
|• Actively managed
• Typically higher tax implications
• Priced at the end of the trading day
Find The Best ETFs
MarketClub analyzes thousands of ETFs, verifying their momentum and identifying optimal entry and exit points.
Our scanning tools quickly create up-to-the-moment lists of the best exchange-traded funds by trend strength.
To find the best ETFs using MarketClub, click the “Trade Triangle” tab on the MarketClub homepage. Select ETFs from the first dropdown and click the SCAN button.
MarketClub will churn out a list of the strongest ETFs by trend.
Simply add these ETFs to your watchlist, view the chart, or see the exact entry and exit signals for these exchange-traded funds.
Best ETFs to Buy
Based on MarketClub’s scanning technology, these ETFs have the strongest bullish trends and are likely to continue their upward trends.
|ETF||Symbol||Description||Last Price||Rating||Trade Triangles|
|VanEck Vectors Oil Services ETF||OIH||This index tracks companies in the oil services to the upstream oil sector, which includes oil equipment, oil services, or oil drilling.||$13.71||+100|
|Allianzgi Conv &, Income||NCV||ETF seeks to provide total return through a combination of capital appreciation and high current income.||$5.78||+100|
|Clearbridge MLP & Midstream Total Return Fund, Inc.||CTR||ETF seeks to offer total-return oriented portfolio of primarily energy master limited partnerships (MLPs) and midstream entities.||$8.97||+100|
|First Trust North American ENE||EMLP||This actively-managed ETF invests in North American energy infrastructures.||$25.67||+100|
|Sprott Physical Silver Trust||PSLV||This ETF is designed to track the price of Silver Bullion.||$6.65||+100|
Not only does MarketClub’s powerful scans find these top ETFs, but our signaling technology identifies optimal entry and exit signals based on momentum shifts.
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