Tech & Science robot ETF beats the market, avoids bets on cyclicals: Chart

14:05  21 october  2020
14:05  21 october  2020 Source:   fool.de

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We discuss some ETFs to gain from the boom in the robotics market . Election day is just around the corner, and Wall Street is placing its bet on a Democratic sweep. Following the Presidential debate on September 29, the chance of a Biden victory has been increasing in the market .Since September 30

New robot -powered ETF beating the market so far. The robots have arrived on Wall Street, and so far they're giving the market a pretty good run for its money. Earlier this week marked the debut of an upstart fund called the AI Powered Equity ETF , an actively managed security that seeks to use

(Bloomberg) - An AI fund that has grown in value almost twice as much as the S&P 500 index this year, does not stop from betting a rebound in cyclical stocks. The KI Powered Equity ETF, an exchange traded fund powered by artificial intelligence, is up about 13% year-to-date, while the US benchmark is up 7%. The "manager" of the fund, a model that runs around the clock on the Watson platform of IBM Corp. ongoing, is heavily overweight in health care and consumer staples stocks, data compiled by Bloomberg shows. He is modestly overweight technology and underweight financial and industrials.

Von KI gemanagter ETF schlägt S&P 500 Index in diesem Jahr © Bloomberg KI managed ETF beats S&P 500 Index this year

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Market-Beating Robot Fund Manager Avoiding Cyclical Bets: Chart

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