Top 6 high growth ETFs in 2022

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Top 6 high growth ETFs in 2022

In this post, we are going to introduce the top 6 high-growth ETFs in 2021 and you may also consider investing as well in 2022. ETF stands for an exchange-traded fund that allows the investor to invest without initiating a budget, unlike index funds which mostly come with an initiate budget to start. ETF can be traded the same as stock so you can buy during market open with fractional share if you wish. Furthermore, ETF allows investors to buy for most of the brokers.

SCHG

Schwab US large-cap growth ETF is an ETF that tracks the stocks of the DOW JONES US LARGE CAP GROWTH total stock market index includes 235 stocks from companies that are expected to experience higher than average growth including Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook. SCHG has net assets of 15 billion dollars with a dividend yield of 0.43% and an expense ratio of 0.04%

VGT

Vanguard Information Technology ETF contains hundreds of stocks from the US technology sector with some of its biggest holdings being Apple, Microsoft, and NVIDIA. This ETF has a net asset of 58 billion dollars with a dividend yield of 0.61% and an expense ratio of 0.1%. This ETF is heavily on the technology sector and if you are bullish on the technology you might consider VGT in your portfolio.

IWP

ISHARES RUSSEL MID-CAP GROWTH ETF contains stocks of hundreds of mid-sized high-growth US companies. It has a net asset of 15 billion dollars with a dividend yield of 0.26% and an expense ratio of 0.24%. The biggest sectors of this ETF are consumer cyclical, health care, industrial, and technology. The top holdings in this ETF are DocuSign Inc, Roku Inc Class A, IDEXX Laboratories Inc, etc. Because this ETF is focused on mid-cap growth stocks, there is a greater risk with this fund. 

VUG

Vanguard Growth Index Fund ETF contains around 250 growth stocks that are tracked by CRSP (Center for Research and Security Prices) US large-cap growth index. This ETF has a net asset of 165 billion dollars with a dividend yield of 0.57% and an expense ratio of 0.04%

QQQ

Invesco QQQ is an exchange-traded fund that tracked the Nasdaq-100 index and features Apple, Google, Microsoft, and more. QQQ delivers exposure to companies that are at the forefront of transformative, long-term themes such as Augmented Reality, Cloud computing, Big Data, and more. It has a net asset of 192 billion dollars with a dividend yield of 0.46% and a bit expensive expense ratio of 0.20%

VBK

Vanguard Small-Cap Growth Index Fund tracks the performance of the CRSP US small-cap growth index which measures the investment return of small-capitalized growth stocks. VBK provides a convenient way to match the performance of a diversified group of small growth companies. It has a net asset of 37 billion dollars with a dividend yield of 0.45% and an expense ratio of 0.0.7%

 

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