There is no doubt that there are more than a handful of Internet ETFs that are battling it out to make it into this quarter’s final four of top performers.

The global economy is becoming increasingly tech oriented. The Internet is changing the way people work, socialize, and create in the world. The curtain that once separated the physical from the digital is becoming thin with technological innovation such as AI, robotics, big, data, cloud computing, and cryptocurrency peaking into everyday lives.

Because of the drive for constant innovation and its influence on every other industry, (agriculture, bio-sciences, etc.,) the emerging technology sector has been slam dunking its way through 2018. It seems that almost every business is becoming a tech company.

Us News and World Report stated, “No matter the industry, most experts say nearly every business is now essentially a tech company – from Goldman Sachs Group  (GS) announcing it was a technology firm with financial services to automakers applying for autonomous-driving patents.”

The world is still in the early stages of the internet transformation with many more opportunities to come. The full implications of the internet are still unknown. But many do know that it is becoming a seamless part of existence and the market seems to reflect that.

Here’s a look at how 10 popular Internet ETFs are doing YTD, according to data from Yahoo Finance:

10 Popular Internet ETFs in Q1 2018

  • Global X Social Media ETF (SOCL) is up 8.89%
  • First Trust Dow Jones Internet ETF (FDN) is up 12.04%
  • PowerShares NASDAQ Internet ETF (PNQI) is up 13.6%
  • Global X FinTech ETF (FINX) is up 5.24%
  • AdvisorShares New Tech and Media ETF (FNG) is up 3.17%
  • KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (KWEB) is up 8.17%
  • Emerging Markets Intrnt & Ecmrc ETF (EMQQ) is up 6.44%
  • Direxion Dly CSI CHN Itnet Bull 2X Shrs (CWEB) is up 25.43%
  • Global X Internet of Things ETF (SNSR) is up 2.32%
  • SPDR S&P Internet ETF (XWEB) is up 11.88%
Want to see what other ETFs are doing well this quarter? Check out: March Madness for ETFs: 10 Funds Leading the Pack.