Is fintech on the stock market?

Is fintech on the stock market?

Is there a way to invest directly in fintech via the stock market? Apparently yes there is!

Moreover, there are several options available to you!

Firstly, you must only buy an ETF in our opinion. Of which there are several.

Buying an individual stock puts you in the category of worrying about individual company risks. What if the CEO is going to retire? Or if their accounting was wrong? Who needs those individual worries? It is much easier to just have your “fintech investment” expressed through a broad etf investment.

And furthermore, these ETF’s don’t return the same. They have very different weightings and holdings.

And are managed by very different types of investment firms.

FinTech ETF (FINX) – Global X ETFs › funds › finx

Firstly, the Global X FinTech Thematic ETF (FINX) seeks to invest in companies on the leading edge of the emerging financial technology sector.

EMFQ – Amplify ETFs › emfq

Secondly, Amplify! Effective 2/10/2022, the Fund’s name changed from the Amplify International Online Retail ETF (XBUY) to the Amplify Emerging Market FinTech ETF (EMFQ). 

VFIN Simplify Volt Fintech Disruption ETF › etfs › vfin-simplify-volt-finte…

Thirdly, the Simplify Volt Fintech Disruption ETF (VFIN) seeks to provide capital appreciation. The fund is not just another thematic investment product.

ARKF – Fintech Innovation ETF by ARK Invest | › funds › arkf

Fourthly, ARKF is an actively managed Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) that seeks long-term growth of capital. 

Direxion Daily FinTech Bull 2X Shares | FNTC › product › daily-fintech-bul…

Fifthly, the Direxion Daily FinTech Bull 2X Shares seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, of 200% of the performance of the Indxx US FinTech

Ecofin Digital Payments Infrastructure Fund › funds › ecofin-digital-pay…

Lastly, the Ecofin Digital Payments Infrastructure Fund uses a passive management approach and seeks to track the total return performance of the Ecofin Global Digital

Is fintech on the stock market?