Listicles

5 ETFs to invest in US stock market

QQQ ETF gives access to Nasdaq 100 companies in a single investment

Popularly known as the SPY ETF, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF tracks S&P 500 index

DIA ETF tracks a price-weighted index of 30 large-cap US stocks of Dow 30

To diversify across small-cap US stocks, the go-to index is the Russell 2000

VTI ETF gives exposure to Nasdaq 100, Dow 30, Russell 2000 and S&P 500 stocks

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5 things to know about Nasdaq Composite index

Nasdaq Composite Index is home to some of the largest trillion-dollar companies

Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Tesla are some top stocks in the index

During 2009-2020, Nasdaq outperformed S&P 500 and Dow Jones ten times

Technology dominates almost half of index’s weightage

Health care has largest exposure with more than 900 companies in index

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5 things to know about Russell 2000 Index

Looking to invest in small-cap US stocks, the go-to index is Russell 2000

Russell 2000 index is up by nearly 100 per cent over the 1-year period

Some Russell 2000 stocks have generated over 1000 per cent in 12-months

Russell 2000 Index is a subset of the Russell 3000 Index

Top 5 industries are Health Care, Consumer, Industrial, Financials and Technology

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