These are the most interesting growth ETFs that can help your portfolio appreciate by hundreds of percent

ETFs are usually associated with passive, quiet and gradual investing. But it doesn't always have to be that way. ETFs can focus on all sorts of things. And even aggressive growth investments, which is something we're going to look at together right now!

Vanguard Growth ETF $VUG+1.6%

The Vanguard Growth ETF is an ETF(exchange-traded fund) that focuses on growth stocks of large U.S. companies. This fund was founded by Vanguard in 2004 and has since become a popular choice for investors looking for diversified exposure to growth stocks.

TheVanguard Growth ETF uses - like all ETFs - a passive investment strategy, meaning it seeks to replicate the performance of a particular market or index.

While we're at it - let's review what ETFs are in general for the sake of argument:

An exchange-traded fund, or ETF for short, is an investment fund that trades on an exchange similar to a common stock. ETFs combine the benefits of stocks and mutual funds, meaning investors can get the portfolio diversification, ease of trading and lower management costs that are typical of mutual funds, along with the flexibility and liquidity that stocks offer. In addition to traditional equity ETFs, there are also ETFs focused on other asset classes such as bonds, commodities and currencies.

VUG tracks the performance of the CRSP US Large Cap Growth Index, which includes growth stocks of large U.S. companies. This index consists of more than 300 companies that have high growth potential.

VUG Index Composition. Source

The largest positions in the VUG portfolio include tech giants like Apple $AAPL-0.2%, Microsoft $MSFT+1.3% and Amazon $AMZN-0.3%. The fund also invests in other sectors like healthcare, consumer staples and financial services. VUG has low management expenses with an expense ratio of 0.04%, which is very competitive compared to other actively managed funds.

Investors looking for growth stocks and want diversified exposure to large U.S. companies might consider investing in the Vanguard Growth ETF. However, as with all investments, it is important to do your own research and consider your investment objectives and risk tolerance before investing in this or any other mutual fund.

iShares Exponential Technologies ETF $XT

TheiShares Exponential Technologies ETF is a fund that focuses on investing in companies that leverage new technologies and have the potential for rapid growth. This fund was founded by iShares in 2015 and offers diversified exposure to various areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, blockchain, energy efficiency and more.

ETF performance

XT invests in more than 200 companies around the world that are involved in the development of new technologies. Again, companies like Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Alphabet (Google's parent company) and Facebook are among the largest positions.

The iShares Exponential Technologies ETF has low management expenses with an expense ratio of 0.47%.

Again, keep in mind that you are investing in risky growth companies, albeit in a diversified manner. As with all investments, it is important to do your own research and consider your investment objectives and risk tolerance before investing in this or any other investment fund.

ARK Innovation ETF $ARKK+2.2%

Another interesting growth ETF is the ARK Innovation ETF $ARKK+2.2%. This fund was founded by ARK Invest in 2014 and focuses on investing in innovative and high-growth potential high technology companies.

ARKK invests in more than 50 companies that are involved in the development of new technologies and products, such as genetic therapies, autonomous vehicles, blockchain and more. Some of the largest positions in ARKK's portfolio include companies like Tesla, Roku and Zoom.

Thefund uses an active investment strategy, which means that the fund manager - specifically the legendary Cathie Wood - actively selects individual stocks based on his research and analysis. ARKK has higher management expenses with an expense ratio of 0.75%, but offers investors the potential for higher returns compared to passive investment strategies.

ARKK may be an attractive option for investors seeking to invest in innovative technologies with high growth potential and willing to accept higher risk and greater volatility.

Disclaimer: This is in no way an investment recommendation. This is purely my summary and analysis based on data from the internet and other sources. Investing in the financial markets is risky and everyone should invest based on their own decisions. I am just an amateur sharing my opinions.

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$VUG+1.6% YTD almost +30%, with such diversification a very decent return.

Occasionally, it's a good idea to pause on slightly riskier but more growth ETFs. Something has to make the growth in the portfolio work.

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