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Search for ETFs Using our ETF Analyzer

If you’re looking for the best ETF for your portfolio, look no further. You can screen ETFs for dozens of criteria, compare ETF expense ratios, ETF yields and ETF performance. Our powerful ETF Analyzer will help you find the right ETF for your objective, goals and current portfolio allocation.  Using this powerful ETF research tool, you can sort ETFs in a more efficient way.

To screen ETFs in your chosen category, first set your criteria by narrowing down your focus of ETFs. You can sort by expense ratio, asset size, market cap, domestic or international, and you can even include or exclude leveraged and inverse ETFs.

Once you have your ETF criteria set and saved, you can begin sorting the ETF list by ticker symbol, fund name, ETF provider name, expense ratio, assets under management, yield, price and both short-term and long-term performance. You can also sort ETFs by when they crossed their 50-day and 200-day EMA, or filter ETFs that haven’t crossed in a long time or those that have recently crossed.

If you’re a premium ETF Trends member, you can edit and rearrange this criteria as much as you like to see the ETF information that’s most relevant to you. You’ll also be able to filter ETFs by holdings; for equity ETFs, you can filter by sector, industry, location and market cap. For fixed-income, you’ll be able to filter by term and rating. Among the other sortable ETF criteria include last close, fund type, last volume, 200-day moving average, alpha, beta and 52-week high.  Learn more about Premium Membership.

All ETF Trends Premium Members will be able to search for funds by name to bring up all ETFs representing a certain asset class, sector or region, for example, “gold,” “short,” “municipal” or “Japan.”

Once our ETF Analyzer looks exactly how you want it, your settings will remain in place for the next time you visit.

If you’ve read enough and you’re ready to find the best ETF for you, use our ETF Analyzer now.

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