Moving Average Breakout: Trend Analysis of the Top 20 Global Indices and Top 115 ETFs

The purpose of the trend analysis is to provide key information on the DIRECTION, STRENGTH and TIMING OF CHANGE in the price trend in the short, medium and long term using one of the most reliable trading tools: Moving Averages.

Below are the Key Moving Averages used to determine the direction and strength of the trend for each of the time periods considered:

  • Short-Term Trend:
    20-day Moving Average
  • Mid-Term Trend:
    50-day Moving Average
  • Long-Term Trend:
    200-day Moving Average
  • All-Term Trend:
    20-day, 50-day and 200-day Moving Average

The following table summarizes the number of companies which, at the end of the last trading session, entered a new positive or negative trend in each of the 4 time periods considered:

Trend PeriodMoving AverageNew Positive TrendNew Negative Trend

This analysis is updated every day and covers the Top 20 Global Stock Indices and Top 115 ETFs.

Top 20 Global Indices

The Top 20 global indices covered by this analysis are divided into 5 categories based on the geographical area:

  • United States: (9 Indices)
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    The 9 most important US stock indexes are considered. From the 4 most famous indices (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Dow Jones Industrial and Russell 2000) to the lesser known ones such as the Russell 1000, S&P 100 and Wilshere 5000, ending with the historic Nasdaq Composite and NYSE Composite.
  • Europe: (8 Indices)
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    The 8 equity indices are considered, including the 2 that represent the best companies of each European country (EuroStoxx 50 and EuroStoxx 600) and the indices of the individual countries; CAC 40 (France), DAX 30 (Germany), TecDAX (Germany), FTSE 100 (United Kingdom), FTSE 250 (United Kingdom) and FTSE MIB (Italy).
  • China, India and Japan: (3 Indices)
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    It includes the Hang Seng Index representing the 50 largest Chinese companies on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the Nifty 50 Index representing the 50 largest Indian companies listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE), and the Nikkei 225 Index representing the 225 largest Japanese companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).

Top 115 ETFs

The 115 ETFs were selected by from a total of more than 3000 with the aim of choosing one for each of the 115 most interesting topics. For example, there are several ETFs on US large-cap companies but we have chosen the best in our opinion, namely SPY (SPDR S&P 500 ETF).

The 115 ETFs included in this analysis are divided into the following 10 categories:

  • Total Market (15 ETFs) and Market Capitalization (14 ETFs)
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    The “Total Market” category includes ETFs that represent all companies listed on world stock exchanges such as VT (Vanguard Total World Stock Index Fund ETF), or that represent individual continents such as VGK (Vanguard European Stock Index Fund ETF) or individual countries such as EWU (iShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF). Furthermore, ETFs are divided into “Growth” and “Value” companies.

    The ETFs included in the “Market Capitalization” category are categorized according to the market capitalization of the companies included. There are ETFs that refer only to Large Caps such as the IOO (iShares Global 100 ETF) which includes the 100 largest companies in the world or the SPY (SPDR S&P 500 ETF) which represents the 500 largest American companies or the FXI (iShares China Large-Cap ETF) which represents the largest Chinese companies. In addition, there are ETFs that represent Mid-Cap and Small-Cap stocks.
  • Sectors and Industries (28 ETFs) and Thematic (22 ETFs)
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    The “Sectors and Industries” category includes 11 ETFs each representing a different sector of the S&P 500 index such as XLK (Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund) and 17 ETFs representing individual industries such as KRE (SPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF) or SOXX (iShares Semiconductor ETFs).

    The ETFs included in the “Thematic” category represent specific themes such as the BLOK (Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF) which invests in companies active in the Blockchain, the ESPO (VanEck Video Gaming and eSports ETF) or the CQQQ (Invesco China Technology ETF) which invests only in Chinese technology companies.
  • Dividends (5 ETFs), Strategies (7 ETFs) and ARK Invest (7 ETFs)
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    The “Dividends” category includes ETFs that invest in high yielding dividend companies such as the SDIV (Global X SuperDividend ETF) or the NOBL (S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETF) which invest in “Dividend Aristocrats” i.e. companies that have increased their dividend each year for at least 25 consecutive years.

    The “Strategies” category includes ETFs that invest in particular strategies such as the MOAT (VanEck Morningstar Wide Moat ETF) which invests in companies that have a competitive advantages or the PKW (Invesco Buyback Achievers ETF) which invests in companies that are more likely to buy back shares or the IPO (Renaissance International IPO ETF) which invests in companies that have recently gone public.

    The “ARK Invest” category includes ETFs from ARK Invest, the investment company led by Cathie Wood and which has become famous especially since 2020 for its stellar performance. This category includes all their ETFs including the most famous ARKK (ARK Innovation ETF) which invests in companies investing in “disruptive innovation”, i.e. “the introduction of a technologically enabled new product or service that potentially changes the way the world works”. In general, all ARK ETFs invest in innovation and new technologies.
  • Inverse and Leveraged (7 ETFs)
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    The “Inverse and Leveraged” category includes 4 ETFs targeting the downside of the main US stock indices such as the SH (ProShares Short S&P500 ETF) which targets the downside of the S&P 500 index. It also includes 3 ETFs targeting the upside of the main stock indexes but using leverage 3x as the famous TQQQ (ProShares UltraPro QQQ) which aims to replicate the daily performance of the Nasdaq 100 multiplied by 3 times.
  • Bitcoin (2 ETFs) and Commodities (8 ETFs)
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    The “Bitcoin” category includes 2 Bitcoin ETFs; BITO (ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF) bets on the upside of Bitcoin while BITI (BetaPro Inverse Bitcoin ETF) bets on the downside.

    The “Commodities” category includes 8 ETFs that aim to replicate the performance of the main commodities such as the GLD (SPDR Gold Shares) which aims at the rise in the price of gold, USO (United States Oil ETF) and UNG (United States Natural Gas Fund).

Below is the complete list of the Top 20 Global Indices and Top 115 ETFs.

The table shows the Ticker (real ETF ticker), Name (name given by useful for understanding what and where the ETF invests in) and Full Name (real full name of the ETF). The Name column indicates the geographical area where the ETF invests, such as WLD (companies listed on stock exchanges in all countries), US (United States), CH (China), IN (India), EM (Emerging Markets) or DM (Developed Markets).

TickerNameFull Name
Category:Global Indices
SPX(USA) - S&P 500S&P 500
NDX(USA) - Nasdaq 100Nasdaq 100
DJI(USA) - Dow Jones IndustrialDow Jones Industrial
RUT(USA) - Russell 2000Russell 2000
RUI(USA) - Russell 1000Russell 1000
OEX(USA) - S&P 100S&P 100
W5000(USA) - Wilshire 5000Wilshire 5000
IXIC(USA) - Nasdaq CompositeNasdaq Composite
NYA(USA) - NYSE CompositeNYSE Composite
ESX50(EUR) - Euro Stoxx 50Euro Stoxx 50
ESX5600(EUR) - Euro Stoxx 600Euro Stoxx 600
HSI(CHI) - Hang SengHang Seng
NIFTY(IND) - Nifty 50Nifty 50
NI225(JAP) - Nikkei 225Nikkei 225
Category:Total Market
VT(WLD) - Total MarketVanguard Total World Stock ETF
TMFG(WLD) - Total Market - GrowthMotley Fool Global Opportunities ETF
GVAL(WLD) - Total Market - ValueCambria Global Value ETF
VTI(US) - Total MarketVanguard Total Stock Market ETF
IUSV(US) - Total Market - ValueiShares Core S&P U.S. Value ETF
IUSG(US) - Total Market - GrowthiShares Core S&P U.S. Growth ETF
VGK(EU) - Total MarketVanguard FTSE Europe ETF
EWQ(FR) - Total MarketiShares MSCI France ETF
EWG(GE) - Total MarketiShares MSCI Germany ETF
EWU(UK) - Total MarketiShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF
EWI(IT) - Total MarketiShares MSCI Italy ETF
MCHI(CH) - Total MarketiShares MSCI China ETF
INDA(IN) - Total MarketiShares MSCI India ETF
EWJ(JP) - Total MarketiShares MSCI Japan ETF
IEMG(EM) - Total MarketiShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF
Category:Large Cap
IOO(WLD) - Large CapiShares Global 100 ETF
SPY(US) - Large CapSPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust
VTV(US) - Large Cap ValueVanguard Value ETF
VUG(US) - Large Cap GrowthVanguard Growth ETF
FEZ(EU) - Large CapSPDR Euro STOXX 50 ETF
FXI(CH) - Large CapiShares Trust - China Large-Cap ETF
INDY(IN) - Large CapiShares India 50 ETF
FNDE(EM) - Large CapSchwab Fundamental Emerging Markets Large Company Index ETF
Category:Mid Cap
IJH(US) - Mid CapiShares Core S&P Mid-Cap ETF
IJJ(US) - Mid Cap ValueiShares S&P Mid-Cap 400 Value ETF
IJK(US) - Mid Cap GrowthiShares S&P Mid-Cap 400 Growth ETF
Category:Small Cap
IWM(US) - Small CapiShares Russell 2000 ETF
IWN(US) - Small Cap ValueiShares Russell 2000 Value ETF
IWO(US) - Small Cap GrowthiShares Russell 2000 Growth ETF
Category:S&P 500 Sectors
XLK(US) - Information TechnologyTechnology Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLV(US) - Health CareHealth Care Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLE(US) - EnergyEnergy Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLF(US) - FinancialsFinancial Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLP(US) - Consumer StaplesConsumer Staples Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLU(US) - UtilitiesUtilities Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLY(US) - Consumer DiscretionaryConsumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLI(US) - IndustrialsIndustrial Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLC(US) - Communication ServicesCommunication Services Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLB(US) - MaterialsMaterials Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLRE(US) - Real EstateReal Estate Select Sector SPDR Fund
Category:US Industries
ITA(US) - Aerospace & DefenseiShares U.S. Aerospace & Defense ETF
KBWB(US) - BanksInvesco KBW Bank ETF
KRE(US) - Regional BanksSPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF
IAI(US) - Capital MarketsiShares U.S. Broker-Dealers & Securities Exchanges ETF
IBB(US) - BiotechnologyiShares Biotechnology ETF
IHE(US) - PharmaceuticalsiShares U.S. Pharmaceuticals ETF
PAVE(US) - InfrastructureGlobal X U.S. Infrastructure Development ETF
ITB(US) - HousingiShares U.S. Home Construction ETF
USRT(US) - REITsiShares Core U.S. REIT ETF
MSOS(US) - CannabisAdvisorShares Pure US Cannabis ETF
FDN(US) - InternetFirst Trust Dow Jones Internet Index Fund
SKYY(US) - Software & ServicesFirst Trust Cloud Computing ETF
XOP(US) - Oil, Gas & Consumable FuelsSPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF
XME(US) - Metals & MiningSPDR S&P Metals & Mining ETF
QCLN(US) - Renewable EnergyFirst Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index Fund
IYT(US) - TransportationiShares U.S. Transportation ETF
SOXX(US) - SemiconductorsiShares Semiconductor ETF
CLOU(WLD) - Information TechnologyGlobal X Cloud Computing ETF
SMH(WLD) - SemiconductorsVanEck Semiconductor ETF
BLOK(WLD) - BlockchainAmplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF
METV(WLD) - InternetRoundhill Ball Metaverse ETF
HACK(WLD) - CybersecurityETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF
FIVG(WLD) - 5GDefiance Next Gen Connectivity ETF
IPAY(WLD) - Digital PaymentsETFMG Prime Mobile Payments ETF
ESPO(WLD) - Video Games & eSportsVanEck Video Gaming and eSports ETF
LIT(WLD) - Lithium & BatteryGlobal X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF
DRIV(WLD) - Auton. & Electric VehiclesGlobal X Autonomous & Electric Vehicles ETF
GUNR(WLD) - Natural ResourcesFlexShares Morningstar Global Upstream Natural Resources Index Fund
CRBN(WLD) - Low CarboniShares MSCI ACWI Low Carbon Target ETF
BBH(WLD) - BiotechnologyVanEck Biotech ETF
ICLN(WLD) - Clean EnergyiShares Global Clean Energy ETF
TAN(WLD) - Solar EnergyInvesco Solar ETF
MILN(US) - MillennialsGlobal X Millennial Consumer ETF
FINX(DM) - FinTechGlobal X FinTech ETF
SNSR(DM) - Internet of ThingsGlobal X Internet of Things ETF
BOTZ(DM) - Robotics & AIGlobal X Robotics & Artificial Intelligence ETF
EUFN(EU) - FinancialsiShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF
KWEB(CH) - InternetKraneShares CSI China Internet ETF
CQQQ(CH) - Information TechnologyInvesco China Technology ETF
SDIV(WLD) - High Dividend YieldGlobal X SuperDividend ETF
SCHD(US) - High Dividend YieldSchwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF
NOBL(US) - Dividend AristocratsProShares S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETF
TDV(US) - Tech Dividend AristocratsProShares S&P Technology Dividend Aristocrats ETF
FDD(EU) - High Dividend YieldFirst Trust Stoxx European Select Dividend Index Fund
MOAT(US) - Competitive AdvantageVanEck Morningstar Wide Moat ETF
USMV(US) - Low VolatilityiShares MSCI USA Min Vol Factor ETF
QUAL(US) - Quality FactoriShares MSCI USA Quality Factor ETF
MTUM(US) - MomentumiShares MSCI USA Momentum Factor ETF
PKW(US) - BuyBackInvesco BuyBack Achievers ETF
IPO(US) - IPOsRenaissance IPO ETF
Category:ARK Invest
ARKK(US) - ARK InnovationARK Innovation ETF
ARKG(US) - ARK Genomic RevolutionARK Genomic Revolution ETF
ARKW(WLD) - ARK Next Generation InternetARK Next Generation Internet ETF
ARKQ(WLD) - ARK Auton. Tech. & RoboticsARK Autonomous Technology & Robotics ETF
ARKX(WLD) - ARK Space ExplorationARK Space Exploration & Innovation ETF
ARKF(WLD) - ARK Fintech InnovationARK Fintech Innovation ETF
PRNT(WLD) - ARK 3D Printing3D Printing ETF
SH(US) - Short S&P 500ProShares Short S&P500
PSQ(US) - Short Nasdaq 100ProShares Short QQQ
DOG(US) - Short Dow Jones Ind.ProShares Short Dow30
RWM(US) - Short Russell 2000ProShares Short Russell2000
UPRO(US) - Long 3x S&P 500ProShares UltraPro S&P500
TQQQ(US) - Long 3x Nasdaq 100ProShares UltraPro QQQ
TNA(US) - Long 3x Russell 2000Direxion Daily Small Cap Bull 3x Shares
BITOLong BitcoinProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF
BITIShort BitcoinProShares Short Bitcoin Strategy ETF
GLDGoldSPDR Gold Trust
SLVSilveriShares Silver Trust
PPLTPlatinumabrdn Physical Platinum Shares ETF
PALLPalladiumAberdeen Standard Physical Palladium Shares ETF
USOCrude OilUnited States Oil Fund LP
UNGNatural GasUnited States Natural Gas Fund LP
WEATWheatTeucrium Wheat Fund
CORNCornTeucrium Corn Fund

The added value of this analysis is knowing which Stock Indices and ETFs have the strongest positive and negative trend in the short, medium and long term but it is also very important to know every day which Stock Indices and ETFs have entered a new positive or negative trend.

Data updated to
February 29, 2024

Summaries and Rankings

This article includes a lot of key data and information on each of the top 20 global indices and top 115 ETFs covered. Given the enormous amount of data and information, the following 2 sections have been introduced that allow you to access the data through summaries and rankings.

1. Trend Rankings

This first section shows which indices/ETFs have just changed the direction of the trend and intuitive rankings that allow you to find out which indices/ETFs have the strongest positive / negative trend for each of the 3 time periods considered (short, medium and long term).

Furthermore, a ranking is also shown for the so-called “All-Term” period, where only the indices/ETFs that have a positive (or negative) trend in both the short, medium and long term are included.

In summary, this section answers the following questions:

  • Which are the indices/ETFs with the Strongest Positive Trend?
  • Which are the indices/ETFs with the Strongest Negative Trend?
  • Which indices/ETFs have seen a Change in the Direction of the Trend?

2. Trend of the Top 20 Global Indices and Top 115 ETFs

This second section shows, for each of the 20 indices and 115 ETFs, the direction and strength of the trend for each time period; short, medium and long term. The purpose of this section is to answer the following questions:

  • What is the direction and strength of the short, medium and long term trend of a stock index like S&P 500 or ETF like NOBL (S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETF)?
  • How much does the index/ETF price have to rise to reach its 52-week high?

It is possible to sort each of the 3 columns containing the data on the strength of the trend in order, for example, to display those with the strongest positive/negative trend first.

Within the Trend Analysis category available on you will find the Top 20 Global Stock Indices and Top 115 ETFs but also the Top 500 Wall Street Stocks and Top 50 Crypto, from Apple and Tesla to Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Table of Contents

This article is divided into the following sections:

Key Terms

Trend Rankings | Short-Term Trend
Trend Rankings | Mid-Term Trend
Trend Rankings | Long-Term Trend
Trend Rankings | All-Term Trend

Trend of the Top 20 Global Indices and Top 115 ETFs

Key Terms

Below you can find a brief explanation of the 2 key terms to help you understand how the direction and strength of the index/ETF price trend is calculated using one of the most reliable tools: Moving Average.

1. Trend Rankings

This section shows summaries and rankings that allow you to understand which indices/ETFs have reversed the trend and which show the strongest positive and negative trends.

Below you will find the 4 individual sections that contain the summaries and rankings for each of the 4 time periods previously mentioned; Short-Term, Mid-Term, Long-Term and All-Term Trend.

1.1 Short-Term Trend

In this section we focus on indices/ETFs by looking at short-term trend data only which is identified using the 20-day moving average:

  • Positive (Negative) short-term trend:
    2-day moving average Higher (Lower) than 20-day moving average
  • New Positive (Negative) short-term trend:
    2-day moving average Crossed above (below) the 20-day moving average

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This subsection shows the total number of indices/ETFs covered by the analysis (Total), the number of indices/ETFs that currently have a positive / negative trend (Positive / Negative) and the indices/ETFs that have seen, at the end of today’s trading session, a reversal of the short-term trend from negative to positive (New Positive Trend) and from positive to negative (New Negative Trend).

Short-Term TrendNo.% of Total
New Positive Trend3
New Negative Trend6
Total in Positive Trend11182%
Total in Negative Trend2418%

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This subsection shows the 20 indices/ETFs with the strongest positive short-term trend (TOP) and the 20 indices/ETFs with the strongest negative short-term trend (FLOP). For each indices/ETFs included in the ranking there is a percentage value that indicates the direction of the trend (positive trend if colored green or negative if colored red) and an indication of the strength of the trend (the higher the percentage, the stronger the trend).

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No.TickerNameShort-Term Strength

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2. Trend of the Top 20 Indices and Top 115 ETFs

In this second section we find the data on the direction and strength of the short, medium and long term trend for each of the Top 20 Global Indices and Top 115 ETFs that are covered by this analysis.

As additional information there is also the item “52-Week High”, useful for understanding how much the index/ETF price must increase to return to the maximum price reached in the last 52 weeks starting from the average price of the last 2 days.

For each index/ETF included there is a percentage value that indicates the direction of the trend (positive trend if colored green or negative if colored red) and an indication of the strength of the trend (the higher the percentage, the stronger the trend).

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TickerNameShort-TermMid-TermLong-Term52-Week High
Category:Global Indices
SPX(USA) - S&P 500?????????0.6%
NDX(USA) - Nasdaq 100?????????0.7%
DJI(USA) - Dow Jones Industrial?????????0.8%
RUT(USA) - Russell 2000?????????1.2%
RUI(USA) - Russell 1000?????????0.4%
OEX(USA) - S&P 100?????????0.9%
W5000(USA) - Wilshire 5000?????????1.1%
IXIC(USA) - Nasdaq Composite?????????0.7%
NYA(USA) - NYSE Composite?????????0.4%
ESX50(EUR) - Euro Stoxx 50?????????0.3%
ESX5600(EUR) - Euro Stoxx 600?????????0.6%
CAC(FRA) - CAC 40?????????0.4%
DAX(GER) - DAX 30?????????0.5%
TDXP(GER) - TecDAX?????????1.3%
FTSE(UK) - FTSE 100?????????4.4%
FTMC(UK) - FTSE 250?????????5.6%
FTSEMIB(ITA) - FTSE MIB?????????0.5%
HSI(CHI) - Hang Seng?????????27.0%
NIFTY(IND) - Nifty 50?????????1.5%
NI225(JAP) - Nikkei 225?????????0.5%
Category:Total Market
VT(WLD) - Total Market?????????0.5%
TMFG(WLD) - Total Market - Growth?????????0.3%
GVAL(WLD) - Total Market - Value?????????4.4%
VTI(US) - Total Market?????????0.5%
IUSV(US) - Total Market - Value?????????0.5%
IUSG(US) - Total Market - Growth?????????0.9%
VGK(EU) - Total Market?????????0.6%
EWQ(FR) - Total Market?????????0.4%
EWG(GE) - Total Market?????????0.7%
EWU(UK) - Total Market?????????4.3%
EWI(IT) - Total Market?????????0.5%
MCHI(CH) - Total Market?????????29.9%
INDA(IN) - Total Market?????????1.4%
EWJ(JP) - Total Market?????????0.7%
IEMG(EM) - Total Market?????????4.0%
Category:Large Cap
IOO(WLD) - Large Cap?????????1.2%
SPY(US) - Large Cap?????????0.6%
VTV(US) - Large Cap Value?????????0.5%
VUG(US) - Large Cap Growth?????????0.9%
FEZ(EU) - Large Cap?????????0.3%
FXI(CH) - Large Cap?????????30.3%
INDY(IN) - Large Cap?????????1.5%
FNDE(EM) - Large Cap?????????4.8%
Category:Mid Cap
IJH(US) - Mid Cap?????????0.7%
IJJ(US) - Mid Cap Value?????????2.8%
IJK(US) - Mid Cap Growth?????????0.7%
Category:Small Cap
IWM(US) - Small Cap?????????1.5%
IWN(US) - Small Cap Value?????????4.4%
IWO(US) - Small Cap Growth?????????1.5%
Category:S&P 500 Sectors
XLK(US) - Information Technology?????????1.3%
XLV(US) - Health Care?????????2.0%
XLE(US) - Energy?????????9.0%
XLF(US) - Financials?????????0.5%
XLP(US) - Consumer Staples?????????4.4%
XLU(US) - Utilities?????????13.2%
XLY(US) - Consumer Discretionary?????????0.6%
XLI(US) - Industrials?????????0.4%
XLC(US) - Communication Services?????????1.8%
XLB(US) - Materials?????????0.7%
XLRE(US) - Real Estate?????????4.6%
Category:US Industries
ITA(US) - Aerospace & Defense?????????0.5%
KBWB(US) - Banks?????????14.4%
KRE(US) - Regional Banks?????????27.3%
IAI(US) - Capital Markets?????????0.7%
IBB(US) - Biotechnology?????????2.2%
IHE(US) - Pharmaceuticals?????????1.9%
PAVE(US) - Infrastructure?????????0.6%
ITB(US) - Housing?????????1.0%
USRT(US) - REITs?????????4.8%
MSOS(US) - Cannabis?????????22.6%
FDN(US) - Internet?????????1.9%
SKYY(US) - Software & Services?????????3.9%
XOP(US) - Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels?????????10.7%
XME(US) - Metals & Mining?????????10.3%
QCLN(US) - Renewable Energy?????????63.8%
IYT(US) - Transportation?????????0.8%
SOXX(US) - Semiconductors?????????1.6%
CLOU(WLD) - Information Technology?????????8.4%
SMH(WLD) - Semiconductors?????????1.8%
BLOK(WLD) - Blockchain?????????4.6%
METV(WLD) - Internet?????????3.5%
HACK(WLD) - Cybersecurity?????????4.3%
FIVG(WLD) - 5G?????????1.0%
IPAY(WLD) - Digital Payments?????????0.6%
ESPO(WLD) - Video Games & eSports?????????1.4%
LIT(WLD) - Lithium & Battery?????????52.6%
DRIV(WLD) - Auton. & Electric Vehicles?????????15.9%
GUNR(WLD) - Natural Resources?????????15.9%
CRBN(WLD) - Low Carbon?????????0.6%
BBH(WLD) - Biotechnology?????????3.8%
ICLN(WLD) - Clean Energy?????????45.7%
TAN(WLD) - Solar Energy?????????88.9%
MILN(US) - Millennials?????????0.8%
FINX(DM) - FinTech?????????1.4%
SNSR(DM) - Internet of Things?????????2.1%
BOTZ(DM) - Robotics & AI?????????1.1%
EUFN(EU) - Financials?????????0.8%
KWEB(CH) - Internet?????????26.4%
CQQQ(CH) - Information Technology?????????51.3%
SDIV(WLD) - High Dividend Yield?????????16.5%
SCHD(US) - High Dividend Yield?????????0.8%
NOBL(US) - Dividend Aristocrats?????????0.4%
TDV(US) - Tech Dividend Aristocrats?????????0.7%
FDD(EU) - High Dividend Yield?????????12.6%
MOAT(US) - Competitive Advantage?????????0.4%
USMV(US) - Low Volatility?????????0.7%
QUAL(US) - Quality Factor?????????0.8%
MTUM(US) - Momentum?????????0.8%
ESGU(US) - ESG?????????0.5%
PKW(US) - BuyBack?????????0.4%
IPO(US) - IPOs?????????0.9%
Category:ARK Invest
ARKK(US) - ARK Innovation?????????6.5%
ARKG(US) - ARK Genomic Revolution?????????22.3%
ARKW(WLD) - ARK Next Generation Internet?????????1.4%
ARKQ(WLD) - ARK Auton. Tech. & Robotics?????????10.5%
ARKX(WLD) - ARK Space Exploration?????????8.4%
ARKF(WLD) - ARK Fintech Innovation?????????1.5%
PRNT(WLD) - ARK 3D Printing?????????13.2%
SH(US) - Short S&P 500?????????31.9%
PSQ(US) - Short Nasdaq 100?????????54.0%
DOG(US) - Short Dow Jones Ind.?????????21.7%
RWM(US) - Short Russell 2000?????????26.5%
UPRO(US) - Long 3x S&P 500?????????2.0%
TQQQ(US) - Long 3x Nasdaq 100?????????2.6%
TNA(US) - Long 3x Russell 2000?????????8.7%
BITOLong Bitcoin?????????5.1%
BITIShort Bitcoin?????????265.4%
USOCrude Oil?????????13.3%
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