Technology Hardware (Semiconductors & Batteries)
Technology hardware consists of the physical components within a computing device that work together to form a system, enabling the device to process data.
The following funds focus on technology hardware. They can be used to increase your portfolio’s exposure to semiconductors and batteries.
Note: These are not recommendations, just investment ideas for further research.
|Amplify Advanced Battery Metals & Materials||BATT||0.72%||33||6/4/18|
|Seeks to provide exposure to Lithium, Cobalt, Nickel, Manganese and Graphite via publicly-traded stocks. Companies in the portfolio are principally engaged in the business of mining, exploration, production, development, processing or recycling of advanced battery metals and materials.|
|First Trust NASDAQ Semiconductor||FTXL||0.60%||31||9/20/16|
|Tracks an index of the most liquid US semiconductor companies, weighted according to factors related to value, volatility and growth.|
|Global X Lithium & Battery Tech||LIT||0.75%||48||7/22/10|
|Invests in the full lithium cycle, from mining and refining the metal, through battery production.|
|Invesco Dynamics Semiconductors||PSI||0.57%||32||6/23/05|
|Attempts to beat the industry by selecting and weighting 30 semiconductor companies using a proprietary, quantitative methodology that focuses on risk factors, style classification and stock valuation.|
|iShares PHLX Semiconductor||SOXX||0.46%||35||7/10/01|
|Seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of U.S. equities in the semiconductor sector.|
|SPDR S&P Semiconductor||XSD||0.35%||37||1/31/06|
|Seeks to track a modified equal weighted index (S&P Semiconductor Select Industry Index) which provides the potential for diversified industry exposure across large, mid and small cap stocks.|
|VanEck Vectors Semiconductor||SMH||0.35%||26||12/20/11|
|Seeks to replicate the MVIS® US Listed Semiconductor 25 Index, which is intended to track the overall performance of companies involved in semiconductor production and equipment.|