6 Sector ETFs Surviving The Market Rout

This fund provides exposure to U.S. companies that manufacture residential homes by tracking the Dow Jones U.S. Select Home Construction Index. With AUM of $2.2 billion, it holds a basket of 44 stocks with heavy concentration on the top two firms. The product charges 42 bps in annual fees and trades in heavy volume of around 3 million shares a day on average. It has a Zacks ETF Rank #3 with a High risk outlook.

Invesco Solar ETF (TAN - Free Report) – Up 2.4%

This fund offers global exposure to the solar industry by tracking the MAC Global Solar Energy Index, holding 28 stocks in the basket. American firms dominate with half of the fund’s portfolio, followed by China (22.5%) and Germany (7%). The product has amassed $1.2 billion in its asset base and trades in a solid volume of around 761,000 shares a day. It charges investors 71 bps in fees per year and has a Zacks ETF Rank #2 (Buy) with a High risk outlook.

ETFMG Treatments Testing and Advancements ETF (GERM - Free Report) – Up 1.8%

This fund offers exposure to biotech companies directly engaged in the testing and treatments of infectious diseases by tracking the Prime Treatments, Testing and Advancements Index. It holds 57 stocks in its basket and charges 68 bps in annual fees. The ETF has amassed $49.4 million in its asset base within three months of debut and trades in average daily volume of 129,000 shares.

iShares Global Materials ETF (MXI - Free Report) – Up 1.3%

This ETF follows the S&P Global 1200 Materials Sector Index and offers exposure to companies involved with the production of raw materials, including metals, chemicals, and forestry products. It holds 104 stocks in its basket with each accounting for no more than 6.3% of assets. The product has AUM of $397.8 million and charges 45 bps in fees and expenses. Volume is good as it exchanges around 37,000 shares a day.

iShares MSCI Global Gold Miners ETF (RING - Free Report) – Up 1.3%

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