In 2016, investors have withdrawn $1.2 billion from the Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLF). However, investors added $853 million to XLF during the week ending March 4.
The SPDR S&P Capital Markets ETF (KCE) has lost $52.5 million in assets in 2016 so far. In comparison, outflows for 2015 were $45.3 million.
Shares of KIE have been relatively resilient to the global sell-off that has been occurring since the beginning of the year.
Shares of KRE rose 2.1% last week. Year-to-date, shares of KRE have plunged 16%, dragged down by low oil prices and a slowing economy.
Year-to-date, investors have withdrawn $140 million from KBE. Of this amount, $34 million was withdrawn last week.
ETF investors plowed $923 million into the Vanguard Financials ETF (VFH) in 2015. In 2016, until February 26, VFH has witnessed inflows of $126.3 million.
In 2016 so far, XLF has plunged 11% on fears of a global slowdown, plunging commodity prices, and falling expectations of a rate hike.
So far in 2016, ETF investors have withdrawn $2.1 billion from the Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF). They pulled out $360 million in the week ended February 26, 2016, alone.
The First Trust ISE Cloud Computing Index Fund (SKYY) tracks the performance of companies involved in the cloud computing industry.
The First Trust Dow Jones Internet Index Fund ETF (FDN) tracks a market-cap-weighted portfolio of liquid US Internet companies.
The Vanguard Information Technology ETF (VGT) tracks a market-cap-weighted portfolio of US technology companies.
The iShares Dow Jones Technology Sector ETF (IYW) tracks a market-cap-weighted portfolio of US technology companies.
The iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (SOXX) tracks the performance of 30 publicly listed companies in the semiconductor sector.
The Purefunds ISE Cyber Security ETF (HACK) tracks a market-cap-weighted portfolio of US cyber security companies.
The VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF (SMH) tracks a market-cap-weighted portfolio of US semiconductor companies.
The iShares U.S. Telecommunications ETF (IYZ) tracks a market-cap-weighted portfolio of US telecommunication companies.
The Technology Select Sector ETF (XLK) is the most liquid ETF in the technology sector with over 8 million shares traded per day.
The capital investment and industrialization-driven era that led the economy to growth before and after the subprime crisis has taken a back seat.
At the turn of 2016, we heard Kyle Bass of Hayman Capital recommend shorting the Chinese yuan as a great investment opportunity.
In 2016 so far, investors have withdrawn $2 billion from the Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF).