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Top 7 ETFs for your portfolio

Do Kwik
8. 1. 2024
2 min read

ETFs offer investment options with minimal risk and maximum diversification. From tech giants to international markets, here's a list of the top 7 ETFs you should know about. Learn how these funds can strengthen your portfolio and maximize returns.

These ETFs offer the ability to diversify investments and reduce volatility, which is key in today's dynamic market environment. Let's take a look at a few select ETFs that could take your portfolio to the next level.

1. Vanguard S&P 500 $VOO-0.1% ETF

Vanguard provides investors with the opportunity to invest in an ETF containing U.S. blue-chip stocks. Not only does this ETF allow you to invest in the broader market, but it also features price efficiency, making this a significantly popular investment option among investors.

VOO
$465.25 -$0.68 -0.15%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
1.0T
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
25.4
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

2. Invesco QQQ Trust $QQQ-0.5%

If you're an investor focused on tech giants, the Invesco QQQ Trust tracking the Nasdaq-100 index may be an optimal choice. With a performance that exceeds 290% over the past decade, this ETF is a suitable and popular option for people who like technology and who are looking for attractive growth and diversification in their portfolio.

QQQ
$435.27 -$2.33 -0.53%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
171.7B
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
35.6
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

3. Vanguard Growth ETF $VUG-0.3%

Growth stocks have been under pressure lately, but with the Vanguard Growth ETF, you can successfully avoid volatility. This fund is an effective tool for investors looking for growth potential.

VUG
$337.50 -$1.00 -0.30%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
82.0B
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
40.8
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

4. iShares Core S&P Small-Cap ETF $IJR-0.7%

Small companies can have a huge impact, and with this ETF, you can gain access to stocks from more than 650 small-cap companies. This ETF offers investors an attractive diversification option.

IJR
$106.75 -$0.76 -0.71%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
60.3B
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
13.2
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

5. iShares Core Dividend Growth ETF $DGRO+0.1%

Dividend stocks offer steady growth, and this ETF is a good option for investors looking for regular income. With a dividend yield of 2.7% , this fund offers a favorable risk-reward ratio.

DGRO
$56.12 -$0.03 -0.05%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
25.8B
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
19.2
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

6. Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF $VTI-0.2%

Although the S&P 500 is considered a broad market index, the VTI ETF offers stocks of companies from across the U.S. market. This ETF provides a comprehensive and affordable diversification option.

VTI
$251.52 -$0.42 -0.17%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
522.6B
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
23.7
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

7. iShares Core MSCI Total International Stock ETF $IXUS-0.8%

For investors interested in international markets, the IXUS ETF is an ideal choice. This ETF contains stocks of major companies from around the world.

IXUS
$65.54 -$0.50 -0.76%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
33.8B
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
13.4
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

Disclaimer: You will find a lot of inspiration on Bulios, but stock selection and portfolio construction is up to you, so always do a thorough analysis of your own.

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