Purefunds Video Game Tech ETF (GAMR)
$60.58 0.00 (0.00%)
20:00 EDT GAMR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $60.58
Market Cap 121.17M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 60.58 - 60.58
52-Week Range 35.50 - 60.93
Dividend & Yield 0.52 (0.85%)
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With much of the world staying at home right now, video games are a huge source of entertainment -- and gaming stocks are outperforming by a large margin.
That's pivotal information for investors considering video game ETFs because some other thematic ETFs look good on the outside, captivating with compelling notions of grandeur, but on the inside, trouble awaits. The opposite is true of video game ETFs, particularly when accounting for the fact that gaming is the world's fastest-growing form of entertainment.
There are not many dedicated video game ETFs, but these funds, directly and indirectly, fit that bill and will lead to solid gains.
As the Best ETFs contest enters its final quarter, there are a few contenders that could reasonably take the trophy for 2018.
Video game ETFs like the GAMR ETF still have tons of long-term potential to consider -- even if it doesn't come fast enough for the 2018 Best ETFs contest.
Earnings season yields myriad winners and losers, but picking the right individual stocks each and every time is a fool's errand. Instead, look to the FAANGs and reciprocal beneficiaries in technology by investing in the best tech ETFs.
As our Best ETFs for 2018 contest crosses into the second half of the year, a few contestants are really making standout gains, but others are making strong moves.
GAMR hasn't had the easiest start to 2018, but the long-term prospects of this video-game-based tech exchange-traded fund are still worth the hype given recent developments in the industry.
The U.S. manufacturing sector slowed in March. However, the report indicates expected gains in these ETFs over the medium term. Compare Brokers....
The market as whole has taken a hit so far in 2018, but the ETFMG Video Game Tech ETF (GAMR) still stands tall, as its unique growth prospects offer much promise to patient investors.
Strange is a matter of perspective, but these ETFs to buy certainly escape the norm. Here's what investors should know.
The GAMR ETF, an exchange-traded fund focused on video games and technology should be one of the best ETFs to buy in 2018. Here's why.
As the FAANG rally cools off, tech ETFs having less exposure to big players seem excellent bets on bullish industry fundamentals.
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It's a big day in the social media sphere as Facebook's (NASDAQ:FB) Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg and Chris Cox meet the heads of the civil rights group leading the "Stop Hate for Profit" campaign against the company.The boycott, initiated in the aftermath of George Floyd's death, has so far elicited the support of more than 400 corporations, including Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Unilever, Ford, Microsoft and Verizon.Demands include Facebook submitting to independent audits and removing all hate speech and misinformation, refunding companies when ads appear next to hate speech and hiring a civil rights executive to scrutinize products and policies.While ad revenue - which grew by 26% last year - accounted for almost all of Facebook's $70B of revenue in 2019, the top 100 brands likely represented only about 6% those sales, according to data from Pathmatics.
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