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Invested in VanEck Vectors Gaming ETF
Getting exposure into the #gaming sector. $BJK tracks the overall performance of companies involved in casinos and casino hotels, sports betting, lottery services, gaming services, gaming technology and gaming equipment. #afterhours #etf
I knew that the #chatgpt movement wouldn’t slow down — Check this out, there’s a ETF that’s been created around tools like it. Conversational AI, AI and Innovation ETF. Ticker will be $CHAT heading to the market on or around Apr 18 2023. No clue to the fees. Focus on holdings: Primarily involved in the investment themes of artificial intelligence (AI), with an emphasis on “conversational” ASee more
Sold ARK Space Exploration & Innovation ETFInvested for 200 days
Added God Bless America ETF to Watchlist
Bought into this #etf last month, the #dividend is amazing and monthly plus the #growth has been incredible! $SDIV is my new Favorite asset to purchase 😍 #assestsnotliabilities #opporrtunity See more
Nov 17 - Nov 23, 2022
How did you invest your first $5,000? Let me and everyone else know in the comments! It has never been a crazier time to invest in the #stock market with talk of inflation, recession, etc. creating turbulence and volatility. Here is one way to spread risk across your portfolio, but at the same time maximize your overall return! 1) Index funds and #ETF stocks - consider investing 65% of your portfoSee more

🗒️ 𝐑𝐞𝐜𝐚𝐩: 𝐌𝐨𝐝𝐞𝐫𝐧 𝐄𝐓𝐅 𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐠𝐢𝐞𝐬 Are ETFs a part of your investing strategy? Earlier this week, #PublicLive host @annberry sat down with @RohanReddy, Director of Research at Global X ETFs, to dive into emerging ETF assets across blockchain and digital assets, disruptive thematics like lithium cybersecurity, and more. Check out the #PublicLiveHighlights below. • Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, are similar to mutual funds in that they contain a collection of securities, but they trade similar to stocks. • Digital asset ETFs can work in a few ways, explains @RohanReddy. In some cases these ETFs physically own the underlying digital assets (“spot” ETFs), and in other cases — primarily in the U.S. markets — they own futures contracts on the underlying assets. • Blockchain ETFs are related to the crypto markets, but function differently in that they own securities that support the development of blockchain technology. • Thematic ETFs are designed to follow “long-term structural changes in the economy,” says @RohanReddy. These may cover arenas like cloud computing, lithium battery technology, and cybersecurity. • “Thematic investing is a very fast-growing space,” explains @RohanReddy. “In the ETF industry, 7 to 8 years ago, the space was only $20 billion USD in assets. Today it’s over $90 billion.” • @RohanReddy also discussed how specialized ETFs can be used to align with objectives like income generation or inflation hedging. Options-based ETFs perform the “backend” work of trading options on behalf of investors. • These outcomes-oriented ETFs may require a deeper level of understanding, and so “education is key in the space,” says @RohanReddy. You can get a primer on Options-Based ETFs by exploring the in-app lesson. **This content is for informational purposes and is not investment advice. Investing involves risk of loss. #ETF #ETFs #ETFStrategy #ThematicInvesting #MarketContext

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