Global X Cloud Computing ETF (CLOU)
$23.56 0.70 (3.06%)
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.36M
Day's Range 22.89 - 23.64
52-Week Range 12.36 - 26.06
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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The CLOU ETF is not designed for traders, but for investors following the length and breadth of the cloud application trend.
The landscape for best ETFs in 2020 has changed after the novel coronavirus pandemic with technology and cloud companies leading the bunch.
Cloud computing may not be as sexy as AI, 5G or "coronavirus" stocks, but it's key to the future of technology. Here's what's to like.
CLOU's holdings will always offer some sort of value in a post pandemic world, which makes it one fo the best ETFs to buy.
It's difficult to find the ETFs to buy amidst a crisis such as the coronavirus outbreak. But some investment themes are more conducive to a comeback than others.
The CLOU ETF could be among the best ETFs to buy this year since it invests in cloud applications, which have seen accelerating growth since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Choosing the best ETF in 2020 won't be easy, but many of these funds stand a chance at being among the best ETFs to buy for next year.
The CLOU exchange-traded fund will be one of the best ETFs for 2020, as cloud computing continues to grow in relevance.
These new exchange-traded funds are among the best ETFS in a large group that have come to market in 2019.
Sure, traditional technology ETFs can help investors gain exposure to fast-growing, unique themes. But these 5 tech ETFs are focused on them.
From Seeking Alpha
It's been a year dominated by technology stocks. And for good reason.Homebound consumers have turned to technology for everything from working to socializing.But it's shopping that may be seeing among the biggest boosts, and niche online retailers - not behemoths like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) - that have seen the biggest change of fortune since the start of the year.Plenty of investor attention tends to focus on the biggest tech giants thanks to their eye popping numbers, meanwhile.Apple, for example, gained 35% over the last month - tacking on $530B in market capitalization - and bidding its forward earnings multiple to 34 from 28.And high profile software companies like Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) and Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY) saw their stocks surge over the week - shares are up 30% and 28% respectively - after delivering blockbuster earnings.The enthusiasm was reflected in the Global X Cloud Computing ETF (NASDAQ:CLOU).