G-X Social Media ETF (SOCL)
$47.56 0.26 (0.54%)
16:42 EDT SOCL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $47.56
Market Cap 247.35M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 26,700
Day's Range 46.94 - 48.24
52-Week Range 24.57 - 51.85
Dividend & Yield 0.49 (1.03%)
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The social media ETf is facing multiple strong challenges and threats. Advertiser boycotts and Google's actions are among the trends that could prevent the ETF from outperforming
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By Jeff Reeves
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Facebook shares popped up to new all-time highs after the earnings release but fell into the negative territory on a higher spending outlook.
These lesser known tech ETFs track the hottest technology trends and have been surging this year.
The NCAA tournament is a high-seeded top-line driver for media and casino industries. Take advantage of March Madness with these ETF plays
The already beleaguered Snap Inc (SNAP) offering will still be a big part of several ETFs. Here are the funds that will own Snapchat.
The SOCL ETF makes it so you don’t have to pick the perfect social investment. That’s part of the reason why it’s been gaining so steadily of late.
Facebook reported stellar fourth-quarter 2016 results, and along with these other tech stars, the results should filter down to these ETFs
Facebook reported stellar Q3 results, yet warnings of low revenue growth sent FB shares down. Here's how 4 ETFs may react
We believe that tech ETF rally will continue in the rest of 2016 led by these four ETFs that specialize in aspects of the sector
Global X Funds' Social Media Index ETF (SOCL) certainly isn't a core holding, but its ability to leverage performances like those of TWTR and LNKD make it a great tactical play.
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