10 Top Tech ETF Picks For 2021

2020 will be remembered as one of the wildest years in recent memory, both from a financial markets standpoint and life in general. 2021, however, could be a different story. If the markets keep betting that a COVID vaccine will be available sometime in 2021 and the economy is on track for a recovery, it could be a big year for dividend ETFs.

Why? In an economic rebound, value and cyclical stocks tend to outperform – two areas of the market that are often overweight in dividend funds. Financials, energy and industrials could perform particularly well and that would provide a big boost to many dividend stocks, particularly high yielders.

But it will likely be a picker’s market. Investors probably won’t be able to invest in any old dividend ETF and expect market-beating returns.

Also: 10 Top Dividend ETF Picks For 2021

Here’s my list of top tech ETF picks

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Introducing The Global X Emerging Markets Internet & E-Commerce ETF

On November 11th, 2020, we introduced the Global X Emerging Markets Internet & E-commerce ETF (EWEB) on Nasdaq. EWEB seeks to invest in Emerging Market (EM) internet and e-commerce companies, including those involved in online retail, social media, online entertainment, search engines, and software delivered via the internet.

With the long-term slowing of economic growth in developed markets, emerging markets are driving the majority of global economic growth. Much of this growth is attributable to EM’s expanding middle class; a powerful generation of consumers whose new spending habits and internet connectivity are giving rise to quickly growing industries. Nowhere is this more evident than within the internet and e-commerce industry, where EM companies are becoming global innovators in markets ripe for disruption and long term growth.

Despite the fact that EMs are home to the greatest proportion of consumers, with the highest contributions to global consumption, many investors have a

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New ETF Could Have Right Internet Retail Moves

Emerging markets stocks are believed to be beneficiaries of Joe Biden’s ascent to the White House, but investors looking to avoid potential disappointment and embrace dominant equities in developing economies may do well to consider and Internet and online retail fare.



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What Happened: Plenty of exchange-traded funds check those boxes, including the newest member of the group, the Global X Emerging Markets Internet & E-commerce ETF (NASDAQ: EWEB).

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Whether EWEB proves to be a well-timed addition to the world of ETFs remains to be seen, but, appropriately so, the fund debuted on Nov. 11, which just happened to be China’s Singles Day, the world’s largest online retail event.

Why It’s Important: EWEB extends a stretch of nifty launches by Global X, marking the third such launch in about as many weeks. The issuer is one of the dominant forces when it comes

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Global X ETFs Further Expands Thematic Offering with Launch of Emerging Markets Internet & E-commerce ETF (EWEB)

NEW YORK, Nov. 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global X ETFs, the New York-based provider of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), today announced the launch of the Global X Emerging Markets Internet & E-commerce ETF (EWEB). The fund is a furtherance of Global X’s funds offering targeted access to powerful disruptive trends around the world.

In 2018, 74% of global growth was attributable to emerging market economies, driven in large part by a rapidly growing middle class of internet-connected consumers.1 These rising digital consumers are forming new consumption patterns, driving the growth of emerging market e-commerce platforms. In 2019, for example, Amazon celebrated that over $7 billion worth of goods were sold through its platform on Prime Day, a testament to consumer’s adoption of e-commerce in developed markets.2 But in China, this number was dwarfed by Alibaba’s 2019 estimated sales totaling $38.4 billion recorded on the nation’s Single’s Day.3

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