In this video, I’ll intro 5 growth ETFs to you. Because these are growth ETFs, they are expected to outperform the market over the long term, and possibly even Warren Buffett. Enjoy!
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0:00 – Intro
0:40 – Invesco QQQ (QQQ)
QQQ tracks the Nasdaq 100 index, which is just companies from various industries except for financial industry. QQQ delivered 19.91% 10 year annualized return, has an expense ratio of 0.2%, and has 102 stocks in it, spread among technology sector, industrials and utilities. It has many of the companies you have heard of, like Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Tesla, Facebook.
I like this ETF because many of the sectors that we use in our daily lives, like technology sector and consumer discretionary sector. Because of that, I feel that QQQ will do really well going forward.
2:42 – Vanguard Growth ETF (VUG)
VUG tracks US large cap growth stocks, delivered 16.62% annualized 10 year return, has an expense ratio of 0.04%, and has 280 stocks, spread among technology, consumer discretionary, industrials and healthcare. The top holdings are Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook and Tesla. The reason that the top holdings are similar is because these are all very good stocks and they fit the theme of the ETFs.
The reason I like this ETF is because it focuses on high growth US stocks. Because of that, this ETF is expected to give high returns in the future. The second benefit is it’s more diversified than QQQ, less focus on technology and a little more in everything else.
4:18 – Vanguard Information Technology ETF (VGT)
VGT tracks technology stocks from the US. It delivered 20.46% annualized 10 year return, has an expense ratio of 0.1%, and has a total of 357 stocks. The top holdings are Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Visa, Mastercard, Paypal.
I like this ETF because technology is all around us. Whatever we do is related to tech, and going forward, I foresee that our lives will be even more dependent on tech.
5:50 – KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (KWEB)
KWEB tracks China stocks are related to internet in some way. This ETF delivered an average return of 15.11% since inception, has an expense ratio of 0.73% and has a total of 44 stocks, spread among consumer discretionary, communication services, IT, real estate, health care, financials and industrials. The top holdings are Tencent, Alibaba, Meituan, Pinduoduo, Baidu.
I like KWEB because China companies have a unique moat, it’s being protected by the government. The other reason is because China is expected to be the tech leader in the future.
8:32 – ARK Innovation ETF (ARKK)
ARKK tracks innovative companies that will disrupt the way the world works. This ETF delivered a 34.02% annualized return since inception, has an expense ratio of 0.75%, total of 56 stocks, which are spread among healthcare, technology, communication services and so on. The top holdings are Tesla, Square, Teladoc, Roku, Zillow, Baidu etc.
The world is constantly changing and improving. By investing in innovative companies, we are investing in the future. But take note that past performance doesn’t guarantee future returns.
10:45 – My thoughts
Each of ETFs are good, they hold companies that we use on a daily basis. Because of that, they are expected to give high returns going forward. If I have to choose only 1, I would go for ARKK, simply because I like the idea of investing in innovative companies. .