ARK Invest has some of the most popular ETFs focusing on disruptive innovation. If you have invested in any of the active ARK ETFs a year ago in 2020, you would have been in profit at least 70% or more. Fret not, it is always better to be late than never. Choosing an ETF to … Read more
An Overview of ARKX vs UFO ARKX UFO Fund Objective Investment theme of Space Exploration and innovation Tracks SPACE Index Fund Type Active Passive Inception Date 20 Mar 2021 07 May 2018 Expense Ratio 0.75% 0.75% Number of Stocks between 40-55 31 % of 10 largest holdings 53.58% 49.20% AUM $63.34 M $131.96 M as … Read more
An Overview Of VGT vs QQQ VGT QQQ Benchmark Index MSCI US Investable Market IT 25/50 Index Nasdaq-100 Index Style Passive Passive Inception Date 26 Jan 2004 10 Mar 1999 Expense Ratio 0.10% 0.20% Number of Stocks 345 102 % of 10 largest holdings 56% 52.2% Dividend Yield 0.81% 0.48% AUM $41.6 B $158.75 B … Read more
Find out what is the difference between VOO (Vanguard S&P 500 ETF) and VGT (Vanguard Information Technology ETF)
Technology is ingrain in most parts of our daily life now. We use our phones to catch up on news, buy our groceries online, and are able to work remotely thanks to the technologies available. It is no wonder that most investor would want to include tech stocks in their portfolio. In this article, we … Read more
Find out what is the difference between ICLN (iShares Global Clean Energy ETF) and QCLN (First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index Fund)
VUG VS QQQ – Find out how different these 2 ETFs are.
VUG VS VOOG – Find out which Growth Fund is better in this post.
ARKK VS ARKQ – Find out more about the differences between this 2 ARK ETFs here.
Depending on your risk tolerance, these 2 ETFs might have a place in your portfolio. VOO is a passive index fund. For a buy and forget strategy, one can go with VOO which has a more stable and consistent growth. ARKK on the other hand, is an actively managed fund. It is not something that … Read more