MID CAP ETF

A list of ETFs for Feb 2021

Latest price
Change 24h
Fund size
Expense ratio
Issuer
1
118$
-0.04%
67,286,228,992$
0.05%
Blackrock, iShares
Buy
2
242$
-2.56%
62,303,670,272$
0.06%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
3
214$
0.64%
60,214,960,128$
0.19%
Blackrock, iShares
Buy
4
212$
-2.20%
32,572,987,392$
0.04%
Vanguard
Buy
5
70$
-0.71%
24,625,848,320$
0.19%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
6
118$
-0.44%
23,279,177,728$
0.13%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
7
165$
-2.92%
11,488,651,264$
0.35%
Blackrock, iShares
Buy
8
180$
-4.20%
3,753,312,768$
0.55%
First Trust
Buy
9
50$
-0.13%
2,667,744,000$
0.48%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
10
56$
-1.22%
2,348,533,248$
0.10%
Vanguard
Buy
11
239$
-2.24%
945,882,816$
0.25%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
12
45$
0.24%
358,502,016$
0.59%
Blackrock, iShares
Buy
13
75$
-1.90%
342,174,560$
0.58%
Invesco
Buy
14
66$
0.36%
167,790,000$
0.59%
Blackrock, iShares
Buy
15
45$
0.34%
0.40%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
17
51$
0.10%
Blackrock, iShares
Buy
18
154$
-2.76%
0.35%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
19
71$
-0.63%
0.04%
Charles Schwab
Buy
20
27$
-0.24%
0.96%
VanEck
Buy
21
187$
-3.42%
0.35%
VanEck
Buy
22
69$
1.01%
0.60%
First Trust
Buy
23
39$
0.14%
0.49%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
25
92$
-0.01%
0.10%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
26
13$
-0.12%
0.89%
Global X
Buy

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Large-caps are the least volatile with less risk. Small-caps are quite risky, and the prices can swing considerably. If you feel torn between the two, the Mid-cap is your best option.

The great thing is that many ETFs track Mid-cap companies. Thus, it provides an excellent option for people who want to invest in Mid-cap stocks but lack the assets to go for it directly.

If you don't want to invest in large-caps but are too afraid of risking your assets on small-caps, the mid-caps would be ideal for you.

Let's get into it more!

What is a Mid-Cap ETF?

Mid-cap ETFs invest in stocks of companies with a medium market capitalization size. Such a size usually ranges from $2 billion to $10 billion.

As the name itself states, these are companies’ stocks between small-cap and large-cap stocks.

Mid-cap stocks are a little bit more volatile than large-cap stocks. Thus, it may carry more risk. Still, it's better than small-cap companies since these are highly volatile.

Moreover, the prices of these stocks can swing considerably. Thus, it is quite a high risk for investors.

What is the best Mid-Cap ETF?

The market has an array of Mid-Cap ETFs to choose from if you plan on investing in this ETF. There's no telling which is the best, but the list below filters out your best options if you plan on going for this ETF.

  • Vanguard Mid-Cap ETF (VO)
  • iShares Core S&P Mid-Cap ETF (IJH)
  • Schwab U.S. Mid-Cap ETF (SCHM)
  • iShares Russell Mid-Cap ETF (IWR)
  • iShares Morningstar Mid-Cap ETF (JKG)

As always, the list filters out the best performing Mid-Cap ETFs around. In the end, it would be on you to choose the Mid-Cap ETFs.

Is Mid-Cap ETF a good investment?

Mid-cap ETFs can be an excellent investment for people who are aware of and ready to face the risks that it involves. In general, the mid-cap ETFs can be prone to market fluctuation during turbulent market conditions. Thus, it's better to understand such risks before investing in this kind of ETF.