Q1 2021: 30 ETF Winners And 20 Losers – Investing.com

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CountryMiddle east

The first quarter of 2021 brought to major indices. Meanwhile, as a result of inflationary expectations, the U.S.  Treasury yield recently hit a 52-week high, prompting market jitters as a result of higher inflation expectations. Today, we review ETFs that were either clear winners or losers in the first three months of the year. However, we have excluded leveraged and inverse ETFs from this list.

They are better suited as short-term trades as opposed to long-term investments. Several of the ETFs mentioned here could possibly inspire readers to put together long-term diversified portfolios within their risk/return parameters. The article should also remind investors of the importance of diversification as part of their personal investment objectives. 3 ETFs Following The 3 Major Indices Before we move on to the winners and losers, let’s take a look at funds that give exposure to the three most followed US indices. Three ETFs deserve our attention: SPDR® Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF Trust (NYSE:), which tracks the —up...read more...