G-X China Consumer ETF (CHIQ)
$37.29 0.39 (1.04%)
20:00 EST CHIQ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 503.35M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 480,600
Day's Range 36.69 - 37.61
52-Week Range 14.35 - 43.90
Dividend & Yield 0.12 (0.31%)
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There are plenty of exciting funds this year, but clean energy and other thematic ideas are among the best ETFs of 2020.
These Chinese stocks are likely to do well in the coming quarters no matter what happens next in the pandemic and trade war sagas.
Sector ETFs and industry funds are different. The 11 sectors addressed in the S&P 500 are as follows (in order of weight in the index): technology, healthcare, consumer discretionary, communication services, financial services, industrials, consumer staples, utilities, real estate, energy and materials.
The coronavirus is weighing on emerging markets assets, but it's not all gloom and doom. These standout ETFs could be ready to rally in 2020.
Sector ETFs are useful for both short-term traders looking to capitalize on events or long-term investors after stability from a longer trend.
The Consumer Discretionary sector is again performing well. Investors should note these 5 ETFs to buy to profit from the trend.
The retail space, like many other once-traditional spaces, is being disrupted, and retail ETFs are starting to reflect that disruption.
Emerging markets funds are getting drubbed, but these ETFs could be rebound plays. Here's what you need to know about each.
Many of the best Chinese ETFs, though still undiscovered by many investors, focus on the country's new economy. Here are some of the best to consider right now.
From Talk Markets
From Talk Markets
China's economy returned to growth in Q2 following a deep plunge at the start of the year, but unexpected weakness in domestic consumption has failed to shake off wariness about the coronavirus.Marking the seventh straight monthly drop, retail sales unexpectedly slipped 1.1% in July from a year ago, worse than a predicted 0.1% rise.Industrial output advance 4.8%, missing analyst forecasts for 5.1% growth, suggesting the recovery in the world's second-largest economy remains fragile.Check out China's performance and economic statistics at the Global Investing Center.ETFs: FXI, KWEB, CQQQ, ASHR, MCHI, YINN, TDF, EWH, YANG, KBA, CAF, GXC, CHIQ, CWEB, CYB, CHIX