Over the last three years, the number of regular investors investing in exchange traded funds (ETFs) has nearly tripled. According to Geoff Howie, market strategist at the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX), exchange traded funds have more assets under management. Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) product development dropped from 50 per month in 2021 to 35 in 2022. According to an official at one of the world’s top asset management firms, there is still a lot of interest in the space.
Insider Monkey assessed the best ETFs to invest in for the long term. The performance of the S&P U.S. Dividend Growers Index is tracked by VIG. It invests in stocks with a track record of increasing dividends year after year. Microsoft Corporation, one of the Big Five US technology companies, is the largest holding. Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund’s portfolio includes 4,112 stocks, with a top ten holdings concentration of 24.20 percent and total net assets of $1.2 trillion. Technology, industrials, healthcare, financials, and consumer discretionary are the major sectors in which the fund invests. The Schwab U.S. Small-Cap ETF contains 1,807 equities and a 0.04 percent cost ratio. Its total net assets are at $14.5 billion. The fund may provide a long-term return for a portfolio while also potentially reducing taxes. The iShares Core S&P Mid-Cap ETF provides low-cost and tax-efficient exposure to U.S. mid-cap equities. With a total net asset value of $62.8 billion as of June 2, the fund has long-term growth potential. The MSCI US Investable Market Real Estate 25/50 Index is closely tracked by Vanguard Real Estate Index Fund. The fund primarily invests in real estate investment trusts (REITs) in the areas of specialized, residential, industrial, and healthcare. It owns 163 equities, with 45.3 percent of its holdings concentrated in the top ten. For more details, click the 10 Best ETFs To Invest In For The Long-Term.