ETF Trends: 10 Top Google ETFs to watch
The Motley Fool 100 ETF (CBOE:TMFC) is listed as one of 10 “”Google ETFs to Watch”” by author Amiya Moretta.
“With the continual attacks on Amazon by [President] Trump, the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal, and reports that Tesla may not make production goals, it’s no surprise that FAANG members have been struggling,” Moretta writes. “However, one member is bouncing back: Alphabet.”
“It makes sense that ETFs with Google’s parent company, Alphabet, are resilient. It takes more than tech drama to drag down such a powerful company. By nature, Google is a leader and innovator, and therefore- a fighter.”
The Motley Fool 100 ETF currently has a 7.26% weighting towards Alphabet, which is the third-largest holding in the portfolio. For a full listing of holdings in The Motley Fool 100 ETF, please click here.
Moretta’s full article can be found here: https://www.etftrends.com/robotics-ai-channel/10-top-google-etfs-watch/
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