Markets remain stable to mixed this morning, after rising sharply from last week’s lows to close higher on Friday. This week will be busy, with US consumer prices for June released on Tuesday, retail sales on Friday and testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell on Wednesday as the big economic spots. Along with the data dump, we have the start of the second quarter earnings season, where expectations are record growth of 65% from the same period last year in the S&P 500. We’ll see if companies can. out of the ordinary or if a standby damper is required in Q3. Markets are trading near or at all time highs and it might be a good idea to rebalance your portfolio into something less risky than individual stocks. This week’s Top Buy ETFs are here to find a diversified way to gain exposure to certain sectors of the market. QaiDeep learning algorithms have identified several to watch this week based on their fund flows over the past 90, 30, and 7 days.
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Invesco Trust QQQ (QQQ)
The Invesco QQQ Trust is our first Top Buy this week. The Nasdaq continues to outperform, with growth taking the wheel of value again this year, and our AI systems are seeing QQQ as one of the best buys this week. The ETF is one of the largest with $ 164,136,811,474.50 in assets under management. It experienced positive cash flow, with a 90-day cash flow of $ 5,961,906,986.50, a 30-day cash flow of $ 7,425,738,435.00, and a 1-week cash flow of $ 7,425,738,435.00. $ 2,538,315,670.50. This ETF has a reasonable but high net expense ratio of 0.20%.
Vanguard Growth ETF (VUG)
The Vanguard Growth ETF is our next Top Buy on the list this week. This ETF aims to provide investors with exposure to the CRSP US Large Cap Growth Index, which provides a convenient way to match the performance of many of the country’s largest growth stocks. This ETF has assets under management of $ 73,465,594,499.10. The ETF has also seen positive flows in recent months, with a 90-day cash flow of $ 1,853,772,594.16, a 30-day cash flow of $ 717,903,223.99 and a cash flow of $ 1,853,772,594.16, a 30-day cash flow of $ 717,903,223.99. 1 week of $ 279,032,916.13. With a net expense ratio of 0.04%, this ETF is one of the cheapest on the market.
Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (VTI)
Our next Top Buy for our weekly ETFs is the Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF. It is the largest ETF on our list with AUM of $ 234,272,783,020.77 and covers the entire stock market in the United States. It has recently seen positive cash flow, with a 90-day cash flow of $ 11,410,542,589.42, a 30-day cash flow of $ 3,909,434,879.23, and a 1-week cash flow. of $ 1,217,183,592.68. Its 0.03% net spend ratio is extremely attractive and the cheapest by a hair on our list today as well.
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY)
One of the most commonly used ETFs is as follows in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust. The ETF has assets under management of $ 357,840,044,986.53. It has recently experienced mixed fund flows, with a 90 day cash flow of $ 5,501,406,251.75, a 30 day cash flow of $ 9,603,543,842.25 and a 1 week cash flow. of -553,008,589.50. The ETF has a relatively inexpensive net expense ratio of 0.094%.
IShares S&P 500 ETF (IVV)
The iShares equivalent of SPY is as follows in the iShares S&P 500 ETF. The ETF has assets under management of $ 273,877,156,749.00. It has recently seen positive cash flow, with a 90-day cash flow of $ 3,004,278,180.00, a 30-day cash flow of $ 2,747,363,055, and a 1-week cash flow of 778. $ 460,200.00. Its cost is one of the lowest in the business with a net expense ratio of just 0.03% in comparison.
IShares Core US Aggregate Bond ETF (AGG)
Bond ETFs are also on the Top Buy list this week, along with the upcoming iShares Core US Aggregate Bond ETF. This ETF covers the entire US bond market to provide investors with exposure to the entire fixed income market. The ETF has assets under management of $ 85,805,140,912.00 and has experienced mixed fund flows. The ETF has a 90-day cash flow of $ 2,781,493,270.00, a 30-day cash flow of $ 690,022,880.00 and a one-week fund flow of $ 92,484,440.00 . Its net expense ratio of 0.05% is very cheap.
Vanguard Value ETF (VTV)
Another Top Buy this week in our ETFs is the Vanguard Value ETF. This ETF focuses on tracking the CRSP US Large Cap Value Index, which measures the return on investments of large-cap value stocks. This is an excellent ETF for passively playing in the industry and carries an AUM of $ 74,533,882,248.64, but has recently seen positive fund flows. The ETF has a 90-day cash flow of $ 5,374,436,219.03, a 30-day cash flow of $ 744,565,992.07, and a one-week cash flow of $ 30,604,800.21 . Its net expense ratio of 0.04% is attractive for the space.
Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND)
Another Top Buy ETF this week is another Bond ETF in the Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF, similar to the iShares holding above. This ETF has assets under management of $ 72,294,153,077.30. ETF recorded positive cash flow with 90 day cash flow of $ 6,582,199,000.00, 30 day cash flow of $ 2,411,771,000.00 and 1 week cash flow of $ 290,869,000.00. holding.
Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO)
The Vanguard S&P 500 ETF is next on our top ETF list this week, just like the SPDR S&P 500 ETF and the iShares S&P 500 ETF, the Vanguard holding company tracks the S&P 500 index. The ETF operates with a assets under management of $ 215,377,023,543.30. The ETF recorded positive fund flows, with a 90-day cash flow of $ 11,519,110,433.22, a 30-day cash flow of $ 4,204,016,110.44, and a 1-day cash flow of $ 4,204,016,110.44. week of $ 1,718,896,590.23. The ETF has a net expense ratio of 0.03% which is more attractive than most of the list today.
IShares S&P SmallCap 600 ETF (IJR)
The iShares S&P SmallCap 600 ETF is our latest Top Buy ETF today. Small caps have had an incredibly volatile 15-month period, but have always been a solid bet in recent months. With $ 68,860,805,533.80 in assets under management, the ETF has been attractive lately. His cash flow was mixed with a 90-day cash flow of $ 332,517,865.00, a 30-day cash flow of $ 144,473,665.00 and a one-week cash flow of -50,488. $ 580.00. With a net expense ratio of 0.06%, it is relatively inexpensive.
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