The Top Benefits of Investing in an Exchange Traded Funds

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One of the best ways to invest in any hot sector is with an exchange traded fund (ETF).

Not only does an ETF allow you to diversify among dozens of industry names, it also allows you to do so at far less cost. For example, let’s say I wanted to buy the Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLK). If I wanted to buy 100 shares of the XLK, it would cost me close to $20,000.

With it, I can gain exposure to stocks, such as Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Visa, Mastercard, Broadcom, Cisco, Accenture, and another 68 tech holdings. Or, I could always just buy one of the XLK holdings – let’s say 100 shares of Nvidia for just over $84,000 for just that one stock.

In fact, every ETF offers similar diversification, at far less cost.

For example, let’s say I wanted exposure to the electric vehicle market. After all, the electric vehicle boom is accelerating – and fast. Governments all over the world are pushing for a greener future. The U.S. just promised to cut emissions by up to 52%. Europe says it’ll cut emission by up to 55%. China will stop releasing CO2 in the next 40 years.

One way to diversity – at low cost – is with the KraneShares Electric Vehicles and Future Mobility ETF (KARS), for example. With an expense ratio of 0.70%, this ETF provides exposure to companies involved in the production of EVs and their components.

It’s also benchmarked to the Bloomberg Electric Vehicles Index, which includes stocks involved with electric vehicle production, autonomous driving, shared mobility, lithium and/or copper production, lithium-ion/lead acid batteries, hydrogen fuel cell manufacturing, and electric infrastructure businesses, according to Some of its top holdings include Albemarle, BYD Co., Tesla, Panasonic Holdings, Aptiv, Samsung, and Lucid Group to name a few.

Or let’s say I wanted to invest in lithium stocks at low cost.

I can do so with the Global X Lithium ETF (LIT), for example.

With an expense ratio of 0.75%, the LIT ETF offers exposure to stocks, such as Albemarle, BYD Co., LG Chem, Tesla, Livent Corp., Lithium Americas, and Quantumscape Corp. So, instead of paying close to $11,500 for 100 shares of Albemarle, for example, I can pay just over $4,300 for exposure to far more with the ETF.

If you’re on the fence about diversifying with ETFs, these are just a few of the top reasons you may want to consider investing.

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