Exchange traded fund research websites and social media are making it much easier figure out which ETFs are trending.
Many of the ETFs at the top of these lists reflect investor’s search for income in a low-rate environment for bonds, or chasing hot markets such as Japan. [ETF Flows on Pace to Break $200 Billion for the First Time]
ETFs have allowed investors to buy entire market segments or sectors, with low fees and liquidity.
Check out these lists for the most-researched ETFs over the past week and month:
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